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Report of the Technical Consultation on Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fish Trade. Rome, 5-7 November 2007. [Published only on the Web site] / Rapport de la Consultation technique sur les Directives techniques pour un commerce responsable du poisson. Rome, 5-7 novembre 2007. [Publié seulement sur le site Web] / Informe de la Consulta Técnica sobre las Directrices Técnicas para un Comercio Pesquero Responsable. Roma, 5-7 de noviembre de 2007. [Publicado solamente en el sitio Web]









FAO. Report of the Technical Consultation on Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fish Trade. Rome, 5?7 November 2007. Rapport de la Consultation technique sur les Directives techniques pour un commerce responsable du poisson. Rome, 5-7 novembre 2007. Informe de la Consulta T飮ica sobre las Directrices T飮icas para un Comercio Pesquero Responsable. Roma, 5-7 de noviembre de 2007. FAO Fisheries Report/FAO Rapport sur les p꣨es/FAO Informe de Pesca. No. 854. Rome/Roma, FAO. 2008.73p. [Published on the Web site only/publi頳eulement sur le site Web/publicado solamente en el sitio Web].


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