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Australia to reduce fishery’s excessive regulations to support the industry

 

The Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) has committed to apply the reduction of fishery’s excessive regulations with consultation with stakeholders.  
This will decrease the regulatory burden that will support the industry.

 

One of the important sectors in Australia’s economy is the fishery industry.  
The Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) is the 
government statutory agency responsible for the management and sustainable use of fisheries . 

 

It is reported AFMA is committed to reducing costs and administration for stakeholders.  In consultation with stakeholders, the agency is implementing the reduction of redundant regulations, for example to simplify licensing procedures and improve online licensing.  This will encourage productivity and improve efficiency gains within the Australian economy

 

The regulatory reduction provides a positive compact on the Australian fishing industry.  It is expected that the expense of unnecessary or ineffective regulation will be declined by at least A$1 billion a year.     

 

As a result, it can be ensured that the Australia’s fishery industry is supported and sufficiently regulated without unnecessary regulatory burden.

 

 

Source:

1.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seafood_in_Australia

 

2.http://www.afma.gov.au/about/reducing-red-tape/

 

3.http://www.thefishsite.com/

 



Date : 03-April-2015