|Handling, Processing and Marketing of Fish in Bangladesh - Part 1 (NRI)|
The authors would like to extend their sincere thanks to Mr Chris Price, from the Institute of Aquaculture at Stirling, who acted as their guide in Bangladesh, and whose prior knowledge and contacts were invaluable in carrying out this review. Thanks are likewise due to all those who co-operated in providing information, particularly to Mr Farouq Ahmed, Joint Secretary of Planning MLF, Mr M.L. Mujid, Joint Secretary (Fisheries) MLF, Mr Chowdhury, Director of Fisheries, Brigadier Sirajul Haque, chairman BFDC, Mr M. Hye, Planning Manager BFDC, and to Dr Nesar Ahmed of Jaganath University College.
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