FISH farming companies and organisations have until September 30 to submit papers to the European Commission, if they want them to be considered as part of an ongoing review of the Common Fisheries Policy, that could create root-and-branch reforms to the way that Brussels impacts on the industry.

Officials will be using these submissions, along with comments made at a recent public hearing on the review, to draw up firm reform proposals by the end of this year, which will be tabled for approval by EU ministers in 2002. The aim is to have ...

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