'We're hoping against hope': Falklands' fishing boom threatened by no- – AuthenticAfrican

Posted on by Uki Goñi in Buenos Aires

The islands’ remarkable transformation has been powered by fishing – and locals are anxious at what the future might hold

Since Stuart Wallace’s ancestors first arrived in the Falklands in 1842, the family has born witness to the islands’ transformation from an impoverished outpost of empire to the setting for a remarkable economic boom powered by the modern-day fishing industry.

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