MAJURO Marshall Islands When the Western and Central Pacific Tuna Commission opens its eighth session March 26 at the Hyatt Regency Guam the weeklong series of fisheries management talks are expected to be contentious with distant-water fishing nations calling for a rollback of conservation measures they say are disrupting the industry while island countries argue the three-year-old regulations are non-negotiable . . .
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