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Philippines - Second Fisheries Project (English)

The Second Fisheries Credit Project will assist the Government in carrying out its program of increasing fish production for domestic consumption through financing to be administered by DBP for the following: Inland Sector - (i) construction of about 115 new fish ponds for fish farming; (ii) expansion and rehabilitation of about 265 existing fish ponds; Marine Sector - (iii) construction of about fourteen 90-gross ton fishing vessels; (iv) construction of three 45-gross ton fishing vessels; (v) conversion of four second-hand vessels into fish carrier boats; (vi) construction of three ice plants with cold storage; and (vii) construction of a slipway for repair of fishing vessels.


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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Philippines - Second Fisheries Project

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Philippines - Second Fisheries Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.