CMM 2019-02 02 (2)

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Catches of Pacific bluefin tuna less than 30kg shall be reduced to 50% of 2002-04 level. Overage or underage may be used in following year
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2 CCMs shall take measures necessary to ensure that:(2) All catches of Pacific bluefin tuna less than 30 kg shall be reduced to 50% of the 2002– 2004 annual average levels. Any overage or underage of the catch limit shall be deducted from or may be added to the catch limit for the following year. The maximum underage that a CCM may carry over in any given year shall not exceed 5% of its annual initial catch limit.* *footnote 1: Notwithstanding paragraph 2 and 3, a CCM may carry over up to 17% of its initial 2019 catch limits, which remain uncaught, to 2020. 4 All CCMs except Japan shall implement the limits in paragraph 2 and 3 on a calendar-year basis. Japan shall implement the limits using a management year other than the calendar year for some of its fisheries and have its implementation assessed with respect to its management year. To facilitate the assessment, Japan shall:
a. Use the following management years:
1. For its fisheries licensed by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, use the calendar year as the management year.
2. For its other fisheries, use 1 April – 31 March as the management year.**b. In its annual reports for PBF, for each category described in a.1 and a.2 above, complete the required reporting template for both the management year and calendar year clearly identifying fisheries for each management year.
** footnote 4: For the category described a.2, the TCC shall assess in year 20XX its implementation during the management year that starts 1 April 20XX-1 (e.g., in the 2020 compliance review, the TCC will assess Japan’s implementation for its fisheries licensed by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries during calendar-year 2019 and for its other fisheries during 1 April 2019 through 31 March 2020).
Theme
Quantitative limits for tuna and billfish
Sub Theme
Pacific bluefin tuna catch and effort limits
Category / CMR Section
Quantitative Limits: CCM-level and Collective
No Evaluation Criteria Records
CCM or collective group Limit Applies Limit Type Limit Value Comment
Japan
Yes
Catch (MT)
9621
source: CMM 2021-02 para 3 (initial annual catch limit <30kg is 4007Mt and initial annual catch limit for >30kg is 5614Mt - based on 2002 - 2004 average levels)
Republic of Korea
Yes
Catch (MT)
748
source: CMM 2021-02 para 3 (initial annual catch limit <30kg is 718Mt and initial annual catch limit for >30kg is 30Mt - based on 2002 - 2004 average levels)
Chinese Taipei
Yes
Catch (MT)
1965
source: CMM 2021-02 para 3 (initial annual catch limit <30kg is 0Mt and initial annual catch limit for >30kg is 1965Mt - based on 2002 - 2004 average levels)
Category: Quantitative Limits: CCM-level and Collective
CMS Compliance History
When Evaluated:
2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Average Score:
97%
Likelihood of Non-Compliance:
Unlikely
Consequence of Risk Ratings
CCM or collective group Consequence of Non-Compliance Risk of Non-Compliance
European Union
Serious
High
Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA)
Serious
High
Philippines
Major
High