THE REVIEW of the Common Fisheries Policy is likely to create the largest overhaul in European Union fishing policy in years, matching the crisis in stock levels in European waters. At its heart is the integration of environmental and conservation concerns into the organisation of the EU fishing market, a principle that - judging by conclusions agreed by the Council of Ministers - will have significant consequences when changes are put in place next year.

These will include a review of the building blocks of the CFP, the TAC's, which ...

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