An international fisheries panel has agreed to create new rules to control bluefin tuna catches in the northern Pacific amid a sharp decline in young fish, officials said on Thursday.
The Northern Committee of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission reached the agreement, in line with a Japanese proposal, during a four-day meeting in Sapporo.
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