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    1. This document provides information on the training course on methodologies for stock assessment organized in Cairo, Egypt, from 22-26 June 2008. The course was conducted by two lecturers from Italy and Portugal and attended by scientists from ten GFCM Member countries (Algeria, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Libya, Malta, Morocco and Slovenia).
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