NFI MULLS DELAY ON ASSESSMENT PROGRAM VOTE

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The National Fisheries Institute here is paying out a longer line -- timeline -- for its proposed Resource Enhancement and Access program, in part because an ongoing survey of first receivers and importers has uncovered a much larger potential pool of contributors.According to Richard Gutting Jr., the NCI's executive vice president, early surveys identified some 6,000 companies eligible

ARLINGTON, Va. -- The National Fisheries Institute here is paying out a longer line -- timeline -- for its proposed Resource Enhancement and Access program, in part because an ongoing survey of first receivers and importers has uncovered a much larger potential pool of contributors.

According to Richard Gutting Jr., the NCI's executive vice president, early surveys identified some 6,000 companies eligible for assessments dedicated to research and public education. Now, the trade organ

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