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On The Island | Mar 8, 2013 | 10:02

Closed pen aquaculture study released

It works but it's not financially viable at least not yet. That's the cue-card version of a House of Commons' standing committee's conclusion on closed-containment fish-farming. We hear from an industry representative.

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