US sweetens offer to fish in the Pacific but islands say it’s still low

MAJURO Marshall Islands - After telling Pacific island fisheries negotiators last November that their demands for higher fees were "not realistic "" and preventing extension of a longstanding regional fisheries treaty the United States government in January increased its offer of fishing fees from $45 million to $58 million a year . . .

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