TAIPEI – Government officials met Friday with fishermen in Yilan County on Taiwan’s northeast coast to explain the extended fishing access they’ve been granted by the landmark fisheries agreement Taiwan signed with Japan.
Japan and Taiwan inked the deal on April 10, ending a decades-long dispute over fishing rights in the East China Sea near waters rich with fish and potential deposits of oil and gas.
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