Hundreds of boats, a majority of them Chinese, have hidden their movements near Argentinian waters in the past three years, potentially fishing illegally in one of the world’s most lucrative fishing grounds, according to a US conservation group.Analysis by the group Oceana of a maritime tracking system used for safety and traffic monitoring found that more than half of the foreign ships fishing near Argentina had turned off their tracking, hiding their activities, with the Chinese fleet…


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