The salmon disease crisis in Chile

Frank Asche, Håvard Hansen, Ragnar Tveteras, Sigbjørn Tveterås

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The Chilean salmon farming industry is currently facing unprecedented economic losses related to the infectious salmon anemia (ISA) disease. Production of Atlantic salmon is being reduced from almost 400,000 tonnes in 2005 to an estimated 100,000 tonnes in 2010. The spread of and response to the disease raises a number of important issues with respect to the actions of the companies involved as well as the regulatory body. It is particularly interesting that adequate measures have not been implemented in Chile, as the species is farmed in relatively few countries and, as such, is fairly transparent. Moreover, all other major salmon- producing countries have experienced the disease, and several of the largest companies in Chile are multinationals with first-hand experience with ISA from other countries. Copyright © 2010 MRE Foundation, Inc.
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)405-411
Número de páginas7
PublicaciónMarine Resource Economics
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2009
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