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from BERNAMA, The Malaysian National News Agency GEORGE TOWN, Dec 14 (Bernama) -- The Fisheries Department is planning to carry out acoustic surveys in waters off Sabah, Sarawak and the east coast of the peninsula to identify the best way to control fish resources in the country.
Its director-general, Datuk Ahamad Sabki Mahmood, said the surveys, to cost RM5 million, would be carried out over a period of five years from next year.
"The acoustic surveys will be carried out to find ways on controlling fisheries resources because the production of marine fish has reached a very high level.
"We hope the outcome of the survey, using new technology, will bring …