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1 Mär 2019

US customs blocks Vanuatu vessel allegedly carrying tuna caught using forced labour

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A report by Seafood Source (linked below) claims that a fishing vessel, Tunago No. 61, was blocked by US customs because it was carrying tuna caught using forced labour. The vessel is understood to be owned by Tunago Fishery Co., Ltd., based in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Tunago Fishery to respond to the forced labour allegation. The company did not provide a response.