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Aquaculture is playing an increasing role as a protein food supplier to the world population. The increased importance of aquaculture of fresh, brackish or marine waters is a substantial part of the country’s economic development. Further development of aquaculture is therefore in the national interest. Unlimited availability of clean water, domestic market facilities (hospitality industry), and suitable sites for processing makes it positive for comm

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MACHROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGII
MACHROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGII
In the tropical countries of Asia and the Far East, the long legged giant prawn (Macrobrachium Rosenbergii) has been known as food item for the people since long years ago. The prawn can attain big size which makes its capture wherever it occurs become an item for commercial venture.
PANGASIUS
PANGASIUS
The growth in Pangasius aquaculture is driven, in large part, by the dramatic increase of demand in the marketplace. Pangasius is sold to more than 130 countries globally, mainly in the form of white filets.The European Union countries dominate the export market, with a share of 35 percent.
SEABASS (Dicentrarchus Labrax)
SEABASS
Seabass, is an economically important food fish in the tropical and subtropical regions of Asia and the Pacific. It is commercially cultivated in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, in both brackishwater and freshwater ponds, as well as in cages in coastal waters.
THILAPIA
THILAPIA
Thilapia has become the third most important fish in aquaculture after carp and salmon, worldwide production exceeded 1,500,000 metric tons in 2002 and increases annually. Because of their high protein content, large size, rapid growth (6 to 7 months to grow to harvest size).