BY GIFF JOHNSON
Marshall Islands Correspondent
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — Groundbreaking for a new headquarters, expansion of tuna management and business initiatives and stock assessments showing all species in the western and central Pacific are healthy were among developments at the Parties to the Nauru Agreement second Leaders’ Summit held March 2 in Majuro — only the second time since 2010 that heads of state of the eight-nation PNA got together to talk tuna.
In the intervening period since the first leaders’ summit in Palau in 2010, fisheries revenue . . .
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