Scotland’s wild salmon face ‘calamity’ from trade deal with China

Guardian: China's appetite for Scottish farmed salmon is threatening dwindling stocks of sea trout and wild salmon, according to conservationists. A new trade agreement was signed last month with the Chinese vice-premier, Li Keqiang, by Scotland's first minister, Alex Salmond, who boasted that "even if 1% of the people of China decide to eat Scottish salmon, then we'll have to double production in Scotland". But the prospect of a massive increase in farmed fish production has horrified defenders of Scotland's......

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