Written by Staff Writer
01 Feb, 2016 | 10:15 am
The Ceylon Fisheries Corporation states that Sri Lanka has incurred a loss of Rs.360 million rupees on an annual basis due to the European fishing ban.
Chairman of the Corporation Counsel Thusith Aluthpatabandhige said that Sri Lanka had suffered the loss from January 2015 up to date.
He added that the European fishing ban is to be lifted in March.
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