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April 23, 2008

Two countries plan seafood facility

The Philippines and South Korea are finalizing plans to build a seafood processing facility in Philippines’ Dagupan City, to be funded by a $2.2-million grant.

A survey team from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) visited the Philippines recently to work on the details of the project, which will utilise South Korean technology, the Philippine Daily Inquirer reported.

The 1,500-square-meter seafood processing plant will include packing, heating and smoking equipment; quick-freeze and ice-making facilities, air showers, sterilisers and other sanitary equipment.

The project will also include the training of Filipino technical personnel in the Korea to equip them with the skills to properly operate, manage and maintain the processing plant.

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