The commissioner meeting for the South Blue Fin Tuna Conservation Programme (CCSBT) is held in Bali, Indonesia, from October 10 – 13, 2011. The conference will focus on the main issue, additional quota for blue fin tuna fisheries in the whole world, including Indonesia.
Participants are 6 big members; Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, India and Taiwan. Other than those, also attend the meeting, Philippines, South Africa and Europe. CCSBT is an organization which regulates regional fisheries focusing on South Blue Fin tuna. Indonesia’s quota for tuna fisheries for 2011 is 651 tons, same as the previous year. As for the world’s annual for this fish is 9,749 tons.
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