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Leading Environmental Protection NGO Responds to Ghana’s Controversial Decision to Re-License a Chinese Trawler

The London-based Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) responded this week to the Ghanaian government’s controversial decision to renew the fishing license for the Chinese trawler Lu Rong Yuan Yu 956.

The EJF’s main point of contention is that Lu Rong Yuan Yu 956 has engaged in illegal activity, has been sanctioned by regulators, and refused to pay its fines, yet still received a fishing license.

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