Blowing Up Boats Sets Indonesia’s Scarce Fish Swimming AgainBy and
Fisheries Minister says ties with China are in good shape
Two countries seeking to play down territorial tensions
Indonesia’s crackdown on illegal fishing -- with the public spectacle of seized boats blown to smithereens -- may have sparked tensions with China, but the country’s fisheries minister says it has led to a significant drop in overfishing.
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