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An Ecumenical Call to Just Peace by World Council of Churches

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1960). ), 1960). Technological compromises arc necessary, where improvement in some sphere is possible only at the expense of sacrifice in another: more shelter while working, thus, may mean poorer quality of sleeping accommodation, with the quarters located in the foreship rather than aft side, exist. speaking, Fisheries requiring a high level of skill, consequently, tend to be capital-intensive. If skills are low, installations on board have to be simple (Netherlands Economic Institute, 1958).

E. by maximizing the difference between total earnings and different tribes or racial Malay cisions: groups fish narrow boats with a shallow keel especially designed for speed and day fishing, whereas the Chinese rely on heavier and deeper boats that can stay out at sea for several days or weeks. Economic reasons and deep-rooted traditional beliefs are cited as reasons for these preferences FAO, total costs. Profits arc affected nantly by many small producers, the individual entrepreneurs must accept input and output prices more or less as given.

There is nothing so very secret roam the about the technical aspects of these operations, and any country is free to participate in the exploitation of common property ocean resources. considerable Some skill in developing countries have shown obtaining finances from foreign sources for (not always strictly economic) large-scale development, and others might be similarly successful if sufficient motivation for developing fisheries existed. Political boundaries, then, and differences between countries in regard to needs as well as resources available for production of fishery and other food products, make it impossible to project world markets on the basis of anticipated nutritional needs, calculated from population growth rates.

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