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The Importance of Adopting a Support for Policy for the Aquaculture Sector in Romania

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  • Florin TUDOR

    () (Dunarea de Jos University, Galati, Romania)

  • Raducan OPREA

    () (Dunarea de Jos University, Galati, Romania)

  • Ionut JARCA

    () (Dunarea de Jos University, Galati, Romania)

Abstract

Within the European Union the fishing and aquaculture sector over the past years faced major challenges for its future. Given that the aquaculture activity in Romania is not encouraged, similarly, through government subsidies or through tax incentives, entrepreneurs in this sector the sole possibility is o access EU funds in order to develop the activity they carry out. We therefore propose to identify the legislative levers and programs through which funding can be supported and are allowed the exploitation of living aquatic resources and aquaculture in the context of sustainable development.

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  • Florin TUDOR & Raducan OPREA & Ionut JARCA, 2011. "The Importance of Adopting a Support for Policy for the Aquaculture Sector in Romania," EuroEconomica, Danubius University of Galati, issue 5(30), pages 67-73, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:dug:journl:y:2011:i:5:p:67-73
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    1. Silvius STANCIU & Riana Iren RADU & Florina Oana VÎRLĂNUȚĂ, 2015. "An Analysis Of The Romanian Fishery Sector In The European Community Context," SEA - Practical Application of Science, Fundația Română pentru Inteligența Afacerii, Editorial Department, issue 9, pages 143-154, December.

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