Monday, 15th September 2014
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Indonesian government PKN program beneficial to fishermen

13th September 2014
The traditional fishermen in Indonesia have been reaping the rewards of the Fishermen Welfare Improvement (PKN) program implemented by the government in 2011. According to data from the Ministry of Marine Affairs and ...
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