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S.China Sea Dispute Blamed Partly on Depleted Fish Stocks

VOA News
Wednesday, 16 May 2012

BANGKOK - China and the Philippines have announced temporary bans on fishing in areas of the South China Sea they both claim as sovereign territory. The bans may help cool tempers after ships from the two sides faced off in April. But, political analysts say a more permanent solution is needed to address a cycle of conflict partly caused by depleting fish stocks. China every year imposes a ban on fishing for several weeks in a northern part of the South China Sea. Beijing says the ...
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