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Regulation on the disposal of tuna farming capacity and permitted input quantities of caught wild tuna (Thunnus thynnus) on farms.

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
This Regulation, as in accordance with the provisions of the Croatian Law on aquaculture, determines the manner of disposing of tuna farming capacity (Thunnus thynnus) and the manner of disposing of the permitted input quantity of caught wild tuna. Tuna farming capacity is the maximum quantity of farmed tuna caught that may be placed on the market in a single calendar year. The total tuna farming capacity available to the Republic of Croatia is 7,880 tons per year, meanwhile the maximum input quantity of caught wild tuna that may be introduced into farms on the territory of the Republic of Croatia in one calendar year is 2,947 tons.
The Annex is part of this publication (indication lists containing details on distribution of tuna farming capacity by holders of tuna farming licenses and on distribution of the input quantity of caught wild tuna, here specified for the year 2021; and breeding plan reporting sheet).
Date of text
Entry into force notes
This text entered into force on the day after its publication the Official Gazette (published on 3 March 2021).
Repealed
No
Publication reference
Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia 22/2021
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
Pravilnik o raspolaganju kapacitetom uzgoja tuna i dozvoljenim ulaznim koli inama ulovljenih divljih tuna (Thunnus thynnus) na uzgajali ta.
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