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Editorial: Let's make it a sport, Ludvigsen!

In October the organization Ecoceanos was on a quick visit to Norway. Chileans told the tale about terrible environment and working conditions at the Norwegian owned fish-farming facilities in their home country.
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In October the organization Ecoceanos was on a quick visit to Norway. Chileans told the tale about terrible environment and working conditions at the Norwegian owned fish-farming facilities in their home country.

Minister of fisheries Otto Gregusen ordered the Santiago embassy to investigate, and already in November his predecessor Svein Ludvigsen got a secret report from Chile. The conclusion was: "the Norwegian companies are no worse than the others." While Ecoceanos was in Norway, NorWatch was in Chile to visit the Norwegian fish-farming facilities Stolt Sea Farm, Fjord Seafood and Cermaq. Stolt refused to meet us. Fjord twisted out. Only Cermaq opened the doors - at least a glance. Still we could in the last issue say that "Someone's untruthful in Chile." Had this been a sport, it would have been something of a curiosity if the president of the league was to be satisfied with Norwegian contesters being "no worse then others." We should be able to demand also by Norwegian companies abroad that they were the best; in environmental and working conditions - and that they did not cheat or were "untruthful"!

- Annonse -