An export operation out of the Federated States of Micronesia that once managed weekly shipments, employed some 18 people and brought revenue of more than $500,000 to the island of Kosrae in 2013 is now notably downsized in product offering; shipping frequency, which is now monthly; and staff, of which it now has five.
The operation is the National Aquaculture Center in Kosrae, which sustainably harvests corals and one of the largest varieties in the world of . . .
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