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Taiwan and China Fisheries vs. International Law

Olivia Yang

With China appearing to turn a blind eye to international fishing regulations, how can Taiwan, which is under constant EU scrutiny, improve its fishing industry?


Taiwan Fishing Industry Faces Possible Heavy Blow From SCS Ruling

Olivia Yang

Taiwanese authorities are reassuring local fishermen that they will protect their rights and safeguard the NT$18 billion offshore fishing industry in Taiwan.

釣魚台 尖閣群島 Diaoyu Islands Senkaku Islands Chinese marine surveillance ship Haijian No. 51 sails near Uotsuri island, one of the disputed islands, called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China in the East

Taiwan and Japan In Dispute Over Fishing Grounds


After Taiwan and Japan signed the “Taiwan-Japan Fisheries Agreement” in 2013, there have been disputes and complaints from fishermen from both sides. Recently, local fishery groups in Japan have asked the Taiwan-Japan fishing area to be narrowed, raising strong protest from the Suao Fishermen’s Association.

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