New law allows provisional fish farming licences

(10/10/18)

The Icelandic parliament passed a law giving the Minister of Fisheries authority to grant provisional licenses for fish farming that would allow companies to temporarily have a licence until they comply to the necessary conditions to be able to have a permanent licence.

As reported by RÚV, the bill had been proposed by the Minister and the Employment Advisory Committee meeting on the matter preceding the vote.

Members of of Parliament took this decision after the operational licenses of salmon farming companies Arctic Sea Farm and Fjarðarlax for.......................................................


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