The Future Is Fish

Treadgold, Tim
May 2006
Forbes Asia;5/22/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p36
The article focuses on the growth of the bluefin tuna market at Port Lincoln in Southern Australia. The port supplies tuna in Tokyo, Japan as main ingredient for sushi. The country, together with Japan and New Zealand, devised a quota system to prevent overfishing. The town celebrates the growth of the tuna business through Tunarama Festival every January.


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