Vientiane, Lao PDR, 01 Apr 2004 - 30 Apr 2004
Fish catches from Cambodia's dai fishery reached a record low this season. While dry conditions were partly to blame, there are other worrying factors. The commercial dai fishery is a small part of the total Cambodian fishery, but often serves as a useful indicator of the overall situation - which is now poised to become a major policy issue for Cambodia and its neighbours.
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