Iceland's growing mackerel catch muddies waters for EU bid

ICELAND’S NASCENT bid to join the EU has run into trouble with the European Commission over its fisheries policy after Dublin raised concerns about the country’s increasing mackerel catches.

Less than a month after EU leaders agreed to formally open accession talks with Iceland, the country’s “entrenched position” on fisheries is proving contentious.

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