Fish comes at a price
Date posted: 11 Mar 2009 - Category: case
Description: Fish is an important source of food. We would like to keep it that way, because fish is healthy and the supply chain of fish in general is less of a burden on the environment than the production of meat. Based on current fishing practices, however- which cause overfishing and bycatch discards - that is not going to happen.
Document type: pdf
Our comments: Interesting discussion from Rabobank on its approach to finance when it comes to a difficult industry under stress. The case study is a corporate self-write-up, but explores some of the difficult issues with a frank air, and is free of the self-congratulation often found in such case studies.
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