DUSHANBE -- Fish breeders in Khatlon Province, Tajikistan, plan to produce more than 1,500 tonnes of fish in 2017, Avesta.tj reported Friday (August 11), quoting the Association of Fish Breeders of Khatlon Province.
In the first half of 2017, Khatlon fisheries produced 341 tonnes, worth about 6.7 million TJS ($771,666). The province has 190 fisheries.
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