Zero tax for Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab

With the fishing restrictions imposed by the government, Indonesia is unlikely be able to fully benefit from the tariff reduction provided by the United States under its generalized system of preference (GSP), businessmen said. The tariff dropped down to zero

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APRI gives talk at NFI Crab Council meeting

APRI representatives, Ir. Bambang Arif Nugraha (APRI Board Secretary) and Dr Hawis Madduppa (Executive Director), present the progress of FIP in Indonesia during the National Fisheries Institute Crab Council meeting at the Westin Hotel, Boston, United States of America (15/03/2015).

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The US Ambassador visits Rajungan landing site in Betahwalang

Betahwalang is one of pilot fisheries improvement project sites for Blue Swimming Crab of Asosiasi Pengelolaan Rajungan Indonesia (APRI) in Indonesia. In May 2013 an agreement was achieved between the Indonesian Association of Blue Swimming Crab Processors (APRI) and the

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Seminar & Workshop on Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab

APRI seminar and workshop on blue swimming crab (BSC) fishery in Indonesia and review on ministry decree on harvest control rules on BSC was conducted in IPB Convention Center on 25-26 February 2015. The two-day seminar and workshop was focus

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APRI attended a Fisheries Transformation Workshop in Stockholm

Dr Hawis Madduppa represented Indonesian Crab Processing Association (APRI) in the Fisheries Transformation Workshop at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm from 27-29 January 2015. The workshop was attended by 17 researchers and industry actors from around the

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Ministry decree on BSC’s minimum size and berried female catch

Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) Republic of Indonesia has issued a ministry decree on the catch of Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) Portunus pelagicus. This decree dated on 7 January 2015 is a good signal following a number of

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End Year Quarterly Meeting 2014

The Association of Indonesian Crab Producers  (APRI) End Year Quarterly Meeting 2014 was held in Semarang on 6th December 2014. The meeting was attended by all active members in a total of 26 participants. The goal of the meeting was Read More

APRI participate in the UNDP Workshop

United Nations Development Programme has a project title: Global Sustainable Supply Chains for Marine Commodities. The project covers for four country: Costa Rica, Ecuador, Indonesia and Phillipines. The two-day workshop (16-17 October) in Bogor was attended by P4KSI, Jaya Wijaya

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NFI Crab Council Welcomes New APRI Executive Director

October **, 2014 Washington, DC The NFI Crab Council welcomes  Dr. Hawis Madduppa, the new Executive Director for the Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab Association (APRI). With a background in marine and fisheries management science, Dr. Madduppa brings technical expertise and Read More