The development of Taiwan's fishing industry off Southeast Asia in the twentieth century can be described and analyzed at the state, industry and community levels. Viewed from the perspective of the state, it is clear that the government's policies and regulatory practices played significant roles in the birth and development of the industry since the colonial period. To avoid the growing problem of over-fishing in the East China Sea, the colonial authorities encouraged fleets to expand their fishing southward in the 1930s. At the same time, the Japanese military encouraged them to explore the hitherto unknown fishing grounds in the ...
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