According to a recent World Bank study, fisheries make up one quarter of Mauritania's natural wealth, but the waters off the country in north-western Africa are being overfished. Foreign operators pull out the lion's share of the catch - sometimes legally, sometimes not; suspicions of corruption abound.
Greenpeace Calls for End of Private Fishing Deals in West Africa, Questions E.U. Food Security Claims
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