ARLINGTON, Va. -- The U.S. Court of International Trade has ordered the U.S. government to prohibit importation of shrimp from countries whose fishing vessels do not employ sea turtle protection devices. . The ruling, handed down Oct. 8 by Judge Thomas J. Aquilino Jr., embargoes non-aquaculture shrimp harvested mechanically in warm waters by countries that have not been certified as users of turtle-excluder devices. The ban will exclude shrimp from all African and Asian countries except ...

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