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  • 1 The April issue of the EUROFISH Magazine features Hungary and Denmark.
  • 2 Aina Afanasjeva has passed away
  • 3 EUROFISH conducts its first online session of the governing council
  • 4 EUROFISH Magazine featuring Poland and Romania now available
  • 5 EUROFISH to help Enhance the Marine Fishery Industry in Albania
  • 6 EUROFISH safety measures during the coronavirus outbreak in Denmark
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CapitalCapital: Budapest Hungary

PopPopulation: 9,8 million 
(2018, Eurostat)

EuroGDP: €124 billion
(2017, Eurostat)

EuroGDP/capita: 12 300
(2017, Eurostat)


 

Overview of the Hungarian coverage in the Eurofish Magazine

 

EUROFISH Magazine 1 2020

Page 39 The judicious use of natural resources: Aquaculture in Hungary contributes to biodiversity, flood management and environmental sustainability - Pond farming should be better acknowledgedPond farming should be better acknowledged
Page 41 Lillafüred Trout Farm has been producing since 1933 - Recirculation systems could double output
Page 42 Department of Aquaculture, Szent István University, Hungary - Bringing research results to the field

 

 

EUROFISH Magazine 1 2019

Page 22 Efforts by the administration, industry, and associations is bearing fruit - Fish consumption increases faster than predicted
Page 26 Hungary aims to increase the international competitiveness of pond fish farming - “Aquaculture and processing are of great importance”
Page 28 Innovative pond farming systems are economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable - Integrated aquaculture off ers multiple benefits
Page 34 Research Institute for Fisheries and Aquaculture (HAKI) - Pioneering work in freshwater farming
Page 37 Aranyponty is a pioneer of multifunctional fish ponds - A strong case for diverse income streams
Page 39 MA-HAL, the Hungarian Aquaculture and Fisheries Inter-branch Organisation - Defending the interests of the aquaculture sector
Page 41 Szarvas-Fish is Hungary’s largest African catfish producer - Exploiting demand for boneless fish flesh
Page 44 NACEE, the Network of Aquaculture Centres in Central-Eastern Europe - Bringing pond aquaculture stakeholders together
Page 45 With top quality products Elore Fishing Cooperative keeps pace in a competitive market - Adapting to fickle consumer needs
Page 48 Raising carp and African catfish in the middle of the Great Hungarian Plain - Using genetics for faster growth

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