Decades of civil war in Somalia have taken their toll on the fishing industry. Between pirates owning the high seas and foreign trawlers swooping in, the Somali fish trade was almost dead. Now, improved security and private industry is helping bring Somalia’s rich fishing industry back to profitability.(March 20, 2013)
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