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Où en sommes-nous avec l’économie océanique et son financement? Le ministre de la Pêche, Prem Konjoo, et Yuvan Beejadhur, représentant de la Banque mondiale, étaient présents ce 7 septembre à un séminaire organisé par la Banque mondiale en ce sens.