The Impact of the EEC on Fisheries

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The Impact of the EEC on Fisheries
1 Introduction
1.1 Continental shelf around Ireland -> fertile
1.2 Fishing industry made progress in 1960s, but was still underdeveloped
1.3 6000 full & part time fishermen (1973)
1.4 Ireland had the smallest EEC fleet
1.5 Denmark - 1/2 the size of Ireland, catch 20x bigger
2 EEC entry negotiations
2.1 agreement on fisheries
2.2 Fishermen from other EEC countries able to fish in Irish waters
2.3 Ireland & Britain given a 10yr. exemption from free access rule
2.4 Ireland could benefit from increased European markets
3 Bord Iascaigh Mhara
3.1 Set up in 1952
3.2 1973 - Ireland was still behind other countries
3.3 BIM opened offices to expand markets to the continent
3.3.1 ~develop added-value products ~develop more processing in Ireland
4 Iceland
4.1 1975 - 200 mile exclusion zone
4.2 Deprived some EEC fleets of fishing waters
4.3 EEC declared 200 mile exclusion zone around its waters
5 More of an industry
5.1 Improved processing facilities, better ports & marine engineering to service boats
5.2 1986 - 12,000 employed (full & part time work) Increase of 50% on 1975 levels
5.3 More employed in ancillary industries
5.4 West & north west ares
6 Failures
6.1 Inadequate business training for skippers & crew
6.2 80% of owners in arrears
6.3 Increase in illegal fishing
7 Irish Fisherman's Organisation
7.1 1974 to lobby the government
7.2 50 mile limit for Irish fishermen
7.3 6 ports blockaded in support of their demands
8 Garret Fitzgerald
8.1 Minister for Foreign Affairs
8.2 Ireland allowed to double its catch
8.3 Govt. plan to expand fleet & industry
8.4 Fishing of herring banned
9 Common Fisheries Policy
9.1 1983 - EEC system for the management of fisheries & aquaculture
9.2 Set fishing limits
9.3 Established quotas & catches
9.4 Developed a structural policy
10 Conclusion
10.1 prevented from reaching full potential (quotas)
10.2 Grants & loans - better equipment
10.3 Provided employment (increased by half)

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