While some challenges around design and implementation remain, the aim of the reforms- to improve conditions for workers in the sector, help to restore Thailand’s depleted fish stocks and ultimately to make the industry more safe, sustainable and profitable in the long term – should be supported and encouraged by invested stakeholders, whether Thai business, international companies or the Thai government. This paper will examine in greater detail the key legislative changes and their impact on business, including key improvements, key challenges for implementation, and specific details regarding Port-In, Port-Out, and at-sea inspections.

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