- 2023/01 Spring Festival send love for a warm year
- 2323/01/13 Detainees kiss each other face to face during the Spring Festival
- 2023/01/12 Cultural and recreational activities for inmates Spring Festival decoration competition
- 2023/01/10 Detainees make phone calls during the Spring Festival
- 2022/12/27 Laba porridge presented by Keelung International Buddha's Light Association
- 2022/12/23 The Presbyterian Church warms up in the cold winter
- 2022/12/20 Drug promotion combined with Christmas activities. There is also a Christmas town within the high walls (Karaoke competition for the hosts)
- 2022/11/22 the inmates' cultural and recreational activities group shooting competition
- Inmates in Keelung Prison (Monthly)
- Characteristics of Prisoners (Monthly)
- Type of Prisoners' Crime (Monthly)
- Term of Prisoners' Sentence (Monthly)
- Promoting green energy innovation
- Four welfare measures for agricultural workers
- Youth vocational training
- Accelerating the promotion of renewable energy
- Draft amendments to the Statute for Industrial Innovation
- Increasing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises
- National child care policy for ages 0-6
- Strengthening maritime law enforcement
2023/01 Spring Festival send love for a warm year
As the Lunar New Year is approaching, in order to help the family members of the underprivileged detainees to have a good New Year safely, our prison will go to their homes for condolences and care for those with weak family support systems, so as to enhance the strength of family bonds and let them feel the warmth from all walks of life. The detainee "Afan" was imprisoned for a drug case. During his imprisonment, his family members rarely visited him. He was very worried about the situation at home, and because his wife took care of three children under the age of 8 and the younger one without backup, the family's finances were limited. Living on subsidies for low-income households, there is not much left after deducting rental expenses. "A Fan"'s parents divorced when he was in kindergarten, and his father had no responsibility to support him. Love Without Barriers - Timely Rain Aid Family Project", and the supervisor, social workers and investigators went to visit the family members at home. In addition to donating materials to care for the family members, they also handed over the condolence letter written by Afan to the family members. The prisoner hoped that Ah Fan could serve his sentence with peace of mind and experience the warm heart of the society. Ah Fan said that he really missed his family and daughter. If he was successfully released on parole, he would definitely do a good job in the decoration work, take care of his daughter, and never go back. During the condolence process, the prison also informed the family of Afan's living conditions in the prison, and asked him not to worry, if he had any questions, he could call the supervision department for consultation. In addition, the detainee "A Lun" is serving his sentence for a fraud case. His father passed away due to illness, and his mother is a low-income household. She was also issued a handbook for physical and mental disabilities due to burns and scalds caused by the fire. There is also a younger brother in the family who is studying in university and usually relies on his mother. Doing part-time jobs and social welfare subsidies to survive, recently affected by the epidemic, the working situation is unstable, which makes the economic life of the family face huge pressure and life is very difficult. Through the care and contact of the prison social workers, they visited their home before the Lunar New Year to give condolences and donated relief materials. In addition to bringing news that Allen was safe in prison, he also spread the power of family support with warmth and enthusiasm. Go outside the fence, so that Allen can feel the intentions of the prison, and encourage himself to get out of the prison smoothly and start again.
2323/01/13 Detainees kiss each other face to face during the Spring Festival
On January 13, the prison held a face-to-face kiss activity for the inmates during the 112th Spring Festival in the activity center, allowing the inmates to reunite with their families in advance. On the day of the event, Ya Qi, the warden of the prison, cared for the detainees and their families table by table, hoping that the detainees would cherish the care and acceptance of their families, and rethink their future life direction in the new year. The event also invited the Keelung City Drug Hazard Prevention Center to conduct drug prevention and health education for the detainees and their families. A total of 26 detainees and 51 family members participated. The scene was warm and touching, and the event was a complete success.
2023/01/12 Cultural and recreational activities for inmates Spring Festival decoration competition
On January 12th, before the lunar calendar, the Prison held a Spring Festival decoration competition for cultural and recreational activities for inmates in January 112. The hosts gave full play to their creativity and created works celebrating the Year of the Rabbit, so that those who cannot return to their hometowns to reunite with their families can also feel the full flavor of the New Year and relieve their homesickness. In this competition, Xiaoshe won the championship, Aishe the runner-up, and Renshe the third runner-up.
2023/01/10 Detainees make phone calls during the Spring Festival
On January 10, our prison and Chunghwa Telecom Keelung Operations Office cooperated to organize the "112 Years Spring Festival Telephone Promise Activity". A total of 200 inmates expressed their thoughts to their families on the eve of the Spring Festival, hoping to gain support, encouragement and care from their families, and regain their lives. newborn force.
2022/12/27 Laba porridge presented by Keelung International Buddha's Light Association
On December 27th, Huang Zhongjie, the director of Keelung District of Buddha Light International Association, and a group of 2 people represented Fo Guang Shan Kek Lok Monastery and presented 350 copies of Laba porridge to the inmates. , Prison Warden Rao Yaqi received the gift on behalf of the inmates. I am sincerely grateful for this kindness, and wish to enjoy the joy of Dharma together and work hard for good.
2022/12/23 The Presbyterian Church warms up in the cold winter
In order to let the detainees feel the social care and the good news of Christmas, the pastors of the Keelung Presbyterian Church called on the church members to jointly donate Christmas lunch boxes and warm cotton socks, which were donated to Keelung Prison on December 23 this year. Receive this grace and add warmth to the cold winter. Pastors also led a team of volunteers to sing Christmas songs at the gate of the prison on the same day, and prayed for Keelung Prison, praying that the angels would be with the detainees and keep them safe.
2022/12/20 Drug promotion combined with Christmas activities. There is also a Christmas town within the high walls (Karaoke competition for the hosts)
The prison, together with the Keelung District Committee of the Rehabilitation Fellowship, held a drug prevention publicity and rebirth Christmas city event on December 20 this year. Through the live broadcast system in the prison, the detainees can also experience the situation outside the fence while complying with the epidemic prevention regulations. Christmas atmosphere. At the beginning of the event, the Gengxin Band from the Keelung District Branch of the Rehabilitation Fellowship performed. The band is mainly composed of rehabilitated inmates. The following program was a karaoke competition for detainees. The participating detainees sang to all detainees in the prison through the live broadcast system. A total of 9 inmates participated. During the competition, a Christmas lucky draw and a drug prevention video were played. All detainees in the prison could fill in the lottery tickets and draw prizes at the event site. The detainees participated enthusiastically and the atmosphere was joyful.
2022/11/22 the inmates' cultural and recreational activities group shooting competition
On November 22, the prison held a group shooting competition in the activity center, and a total of 42 inmates participated in the competition. This competition tests each student's teamwork, pitching accuracy, and tries hard to shoot basketball within 3 minutes in order to get good results. The team of Xiaoshe inmates won the championship.
2022/10/18 the cultural and recreational activities of the inmates, the ring competition
On October 18, our prison held a hoop competition in the activity center. A total of 36 detainees participated in the competition (including detainees with disabilities and elderly detainees). The competition was full of fun and laughter. Each inmate used various throwing skills and movements to put the ring into the plastic bottle. The inmate who caught multiple circles won the applause of the other inmates. After fierce competition, The first prize was won by the co-operative and the caretakers of the shelter.
2022/09/28 Keelung District Correctional Organs 3rd Quarter Drug and Mental Illness Rehabilitation and Transformation Business Coordination and Contact Meeting
From 9:00 a.m. to 12:50 a.m. on September 28, 2022, this supervisor held the 2022 Keelung District Correctional Institution's 3rd Season Drug and Mental Illness Rehabilitation and Transfer Business Coordination and Contact Meeting. The four link units include Keelung Local Prosecutor's Office, Keelung City Police Department, Keelung City Health Bureau Drug Hazard Prevention Center, Keelung City Health Bureau Mental Health Center, Keelung City Government Social Office, Keelung Employment Center, and Libertads Education Foundation 15 people attended the meeting, including the Keelung Detention Center of the Ministry of Justice, the Jinshan Branch of the New Taipei City Government Police Bureau, the New Taipei City Government Health Bureau, and the New Taipei City Government Police Bureau Ruifang Branch. There are also 8 members of the counseling group of the Ministry of Justice, including the Department of Protection of the Ministry of Justice, the Procuratorate of the Ministry of Justice, the Supreme Prosecutor's Office, and the Corrections Office of the Ministry of Justice.
Promoting green energy innovation
Green energy is one of the pillars of the "five plus two" innovative industries program. To successfully transform Taiwan's energy sector to achieve the goal of carbon reduction, reduce the nation's reliance on imported energy, as well as spur on domestic green energy innovation and turbocharge the green energy industry, the Executive Yuan on October 27, 2016 passed a plan to promote an innovative industrial ecosystem for green technologies. The plan encompasses energy production, conservation and storage, as well as system integration capabilities. Taiwan can look forward to green energy technologies emerging as a new engine that will drive energy sector transformation and economic growth nationwide.Key areas■ Solar energy: Taiwan aims to strengthen the local solar energy industry and develop an independent domestic supply chain. The goal is to build solar-powered generating capacity of 20 gigawatts (GW) by 2025, with total investment of NT$1.2 trillion (US$39.4 billion) and an annual industry output value of NT$340 billion (US$11.2 billion).■ Offshore wind power: Build the required offshore wind foundations and heavy cargo wharfs to enable Taiwan's wind farms to become internationally competitive. The goal is to install approximately 5.6 GW of wind-powered generating capacity by 2025, achieve an annual generation capacity of 21 billion kilowatt-hours, attract investment totaling over NT$865.5 billion (US$28.4 billion) and provide 20,000 job opportunities.■ Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) demonstration project: The installation of 3 million advanced meters by 2024 will drive growth in AMI-related industries and push cumulative production value to NT$41.3 billion (US$1.4 billion) from 2017 through 2024.■ Construction of the Shalun Smart Green Energy Science City: Tainan will host a new industrial innovation cluster in the city's Shalun area bringing together industry, academia and researchers as part of what will become a national hub for the research, development and demonstration of green energy technologies, as well as a showcase for Taiwan's technology globally, and create a world-class smart eco-city.
Four welfare measures for agricultural workers
To reverse the decline of the agricultural workers population and the aging of the farming work force while protecting farmer welfare and interests, the government has in recent years actively promoted four major welfare measures, namely: farmer health insurance, farmer occupational hazards insurance, agricultural insurance and a farmer pension savings system. The measures will create a comprehensive socioeconomic safety net for agricultural workers, protect farmers' health, help farmers diversify business risks to better protect operations, and take care of agricultural workers in their retirement years. The objectives are to allow farmers to more fully concentrate on the work at hand as well as attract more young people to the agricultural profession to inject fresh blood into Taiwan's agricultural sector.Four major welfare measures■ Farmer health insurance: The scope of insureds has been expanded to cover every person actually engaged in farming work, including agricultural production workers who use other people's farmland by oral agreement, beekeepers not of a fixed farming type, and farmers who use public lands adjoining rivers to engage in agricultural work. In addition, to improve the welfare of farmers the government proposed amendments to the Farmer Health Insurance Act in December 2022 to raise the monthly insured amounts for farmer health insurance and farmer occupational hazards insurance, and accordingly double a range of benefits and allowances including maternity benefits, funeral allowances and injury and sickness payments.■ Trial run of farmer occupational hazards insurance (two phases): The first phase, beginning November 2018 and focusing on occupational injuries, expanded the scope of insureds and increased payout benefits for injuries sustained. The second phase, beginning September 2021, brought occupational diseases under the scope of farmer occupational hazards insurance to make agricultural occupational safety protection even more comprehensive. In addition, farmers who newly register under the farmer health insurance program will also be required to enroll in the farmer occupational hazards insurance program.■ Expand agricultural insurance: To help farmers diversify business risks, better protect operations and ensure steady incomes, the government in 2017 expanded a trial agricultural insurance program that offered insurance products and policies of many kinds. In 2021 the program was expanded to cover natural disasters, crop diseases and market risks, freeing farmers from dependence on the vagaries of nature.■ Establish a farmer pension savings system: In 2021 the government established individual farmer retirement savings accounts, allowing the farmer and the government to jointly contribute to the account on a monthly basis. At 65 years of age, the farmer may, based on the principal and interest accumulated in his or her account, collect retirement payouts on a monthly basis. The retired agricultural worker will have retirement benefits just as in other professions and enjoy the guarantee of an appropriate standard of living.
Youth vocational training
Young people are an important resource and an asset to the nation. Harnessing the opportunities afforded by industrial transformation in support of youth employment, the government is offering diverse vocational training to facilitate workforce upskilling, and providing training and expanding collaboration with industry to provide lifelong learning resources that are aligned with the job market. Furthermore, to ensure that young people are provided with opportunities for continuous learning throughout their careers, the government will partner with the private sector to ensure that the training of young talent keeps abreast of the latest industry developments. These public-private partnerships will allow young people to develop specialist knowledge and skills, placing them at the forefront of industrial development trends and cultivating a new generation of pioneering innovators.Diverse vocational training, enhanced employability■ Industry-academia cooperation (for students): Facilitate school-based early vocational training, which by integrating the educational system with industry-developed practical training will help increase students' knowledge of industry and enhance their practical skills for a seamless transition into the workplace.■ Diverse vocational training (for unemployed youth): Encourage businesses to provide new hires with on-the-job training, launch youth vocational training classes, subsidize youth enrollment in industrial innovation courses and provide a range of pre-employment training for unemployed young people.■ On-the-job training (for employed youth): Strengthen workforce quality and industrial competitiveness, including by providing a range of practically-oriented educational courses and encouraging businesses to provide training according to their operational and developmental needs, and as a means to fill skills shortages.■ Skills competitions: Develop role models and encourage a societal appreciation for technical skills by holding domestic competitions, promoting participation in international skills competitions, rewarding competition winners and guaranteeing their career development. ■ Improved vocational school environments: Promote the vocational components of the Higher Education SPROUT (Sustained Progress and Rise of Universities in Taiwan) Project to continue improving educational facilities and cultivate high-quality skilled labor and technicians suitable for employment in both domestic and overseas industries.
Accelerating the promotion of renewable energy
In response to the global trend toward carbon reduction and to achieve the concomitant goals of increasing energy independence and enhancing the quality of the public's living environment, in May 2016 the government initiated an energy transition plan aimed at reducing coal usage, increasing natural gas usage, phasing out nuclear power and promoting green energy. The plan comprehensively lays out strategies and pathways for the development of national renewable energy sources. The government has announced a new target of achieving 29 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy capacity by 2025, to be comprised primarily of solar power (20 GW) and offshore wind power (5.6 GW), and complemented by other forms of renewable energy including geothermal, biomass and small hydro. This new target will help ensure a stable energy supply, reduce air pollution and atmospheric carbon dioxide, and accelerate the transition to becoming a net zero nation.Key areas for promotion■ Solar power: Promote rooftop photovoltaic systems, such as at agricultural facilities, public buildings, school campuses, industrial sites and community housing. Promote ground-mounted photovoltaic systems in areas including smart fish farms, remediated contaminated land, state-owned land in non-public use and covered sports venues. Require installation of solar photovoltaic systems on newly constructed, extended or renovated buildings that meet specific conditions.■ Offshore wind power: The offshore wind program's first phase granted subsidy incentives to construct two offshore wind farm demonstration sites. The second phase reviewed potential development site applications and approved projects totaling a capacity of 5.5 GW, which began coming online in 2021 and will be fully operational by 2025. The third phase will carry out zonal development by gradually establishing long-term stable markets for local offshore wind energy based on economies of scale, commissioning 1.5 GW of additional capacity each year from 2026 to 2035 to support the sustainable development of regional supply chains. Site selection will also no longer be restricted to Taiwan's territorial waters, increasing the area available for development.■ Other renewable energy sources: Establish a friendly environment for small hydro power generation, such as by relaxing restrictions on fields of application for small hydro power to encourage development of the industry; amend clauses of the Renewable Energy Development Act relating to geothermal exploration, development permits and review processes to expedite the development of geothermal power; promote high-efficiency biomass conversion technology and its applied uses, and relax zoning restrictions for more flexibility over site location.
Draft amendments to the Statute for Industrial Innovation
Taiwan holds a vital and leading position in the global semiconductor supply chain, a fact which has been thrown into sharper relief during the last few years by the escalating U.S.-China trade war and a succession of major global events disrupting supply chain operations, resulting in a severe global shortage of chips. These events have caused various countries to become acutely aware of the necessity to develop their own domestic semiconductor capability and provide their key industries with enormous subsidies or expanded tax incentives to reduce reliance on external supply chains. These developments will impact Taiwan's existing position within the global semiconductor supply chain.Faced with the challenge of various nations vying to develop semiconductor industries of their own, the government has been supporting semiconductor firms' continued development within Taiwan and providing policy incentives to attract major international firms in semiconductor fabrication, equipment and materials to invest in the nation. As an additional measure, the Executive Yuan approved draft amendments to the Statute for Industrial Innovation on November 17. The amendments will provide historically high tax credits to domestic companies engaged in technological innovation that also occupy a key position in international supply chains, to encourage continued investment in developing cutting-edge innovative technologies and sustained purchasing of advanced manufacturing process equipment. This will in turn strengthen the resilience of the nation's industrial supply chains and capitalize on Taiwan's existing competitive advantages, consolidating and elevating the status of Taiwan's key national industries within the global supply chain.Major provisions of the draft amendments■ Applicable entities: Domestic companies engaged in technological innovation that also occupy a key position in international supply chains, with their R&D expenditures and intensity reaching a certain scale and effective tax rate reaching a certain ratio.■ Incentive measures: Provide tax credits at a rate of 25% for expenditure in cutting-edge, innovative R&D, offset against the amount payable for the current year in profit-seeking enterprise income tax. Provide tax credits at a rate of 5% for new machinery or equipment purchased for use in advanced manufacturing processes, offset against the amount payable for the current year in profit-seeking enterprise income tax, with no upper limit on machinery and equipment expenditure.■ Implementation period: January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2029.
Increasing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises
Taiwan's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are dynamic, agile and highly innovative, constituting around 99% of the nation's private sector enterprises and providing jobs for approximately 80% of the working population. Within every industry, "hidden champion" companies have always formed the backbone of the nation's economic development and acted as a stabilizing force within society. With SME exports growing by 25% in 2021, they perform a vital role in revitalizing Taiwan's economy and employment market. The government has consistently supported Taiwan's SMEs, including providing financing assistance, establishing an action plan for accelerated investment by SMEs, guiding the transition to digital and green business models and facilitating the working capital required to revitalize business operations. In response to various trends, including the digital economy, sustainable development, regional revitalization and an altered post-COVID international environment, the government has proposed a new plan to raise the overall competitiveness of SMEs (2022-2026). The initiative will allocate a budget of NT$95 billion (US$3.1 billion) over five years to further strengthen the resilience of Taiwan's economy and create a new generation of internationally competitive SMEs.Four major strategies■ Net zero carbon emissions: Assist SMEs to establish a low-carbon mindset and capabilities, and employ measures such as preferential loans for green and sustainability initiatives to facilitate the transition to low-carbon business models, while simultaneously encouraging green business investment. Goal: Save 175 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of power and generate NT$100 billion (US$3.2 billion) of new private investments.■ Digital transition: Assist SMEs to adopt cloud computing tools and strengthen their digital operations and marketing technology; promote data and application sharing to stimulate cooperation among upstream and downstream industry partners. Goal: Facilitate 210,000 discrete cloud computing solutions and 240,000 new trade digital marketing solutions for SMEs.■ Value-added innovation: Assist startups to tap into collaboration among industry, academia and research institutes and encourage cooperation between larger enterprises and smaller-sized businesses to shorten the time it takes to bring products to market. Promote the formation of cooperative alliances between SMEs in key industries to boost innovative R&D; provide subsidies and financial support for innovative R&D. Goal: Foster 200 "hidden champions" and facilitate startups in obtaining NT$130 billion (US$4.2 billion) of funding.■ Regional co-prosperity: Build urban and rural living spaces with high quality services and beautiful environments to attract young Taiwanese to return to their hometowns and help build thriving local communities. Emphasize narrative themes in marketing strategies and link up local resources to highlight revitalization within cities and rural areas. Goal: Bring benefits to nearly 1,700 retail businesses with regional characteristics and target revenue growth of 8% for these businesses.
National child care policy for ages 0-6
In 2017 Taiwan's government began expanding affordable public education and care services for early childhood in response to an increasingly alarming decline in the nation's birthrate. The government's initial measures (2017-2020) focused on expanding affordable education and care services and easing the burden on parents. This benefited more than 860,000 families and was expected to achieve the goal of providing comprehensive care for children ages 0-6. To provide the greatest level of support possible to families raising children and foster an environment in which young people feel confident to marry and start a family, in 2021 the government expanded its response with the introduction of the national child care policy for ages 0-6 (2021-2024). The ages 0-6 policy focuses on increasing the number of available slots at public preschools and child care facilities, providing additional childrearing allowances and easing the burden of childrearing for young families, harnessing the nation's resources to nurture the backbone of the country's future.Key measures (non means-tested)■ Increase affordable education and care services: Push forward with the rollout of more public child care facilities, as well as quasi-public services, by collaborating with residential child care (nanny) and private infant care centers that meet the required standards. Make use of available space within schools and publicly-owned land to establish more public and nonprofit preschools. Encourage more public and private sector organizations to invest in new preschools, and encourage partnerships with qualified private preschools through the quasi-public mechanism, thereby providing parents with a greater choice of affordable schooling for their children.■ Raise childrearing allowances: Childrearing allowances for children ages 0-6 were raised to NT$5,000 (US$156) per month, and additional allowances were introduced for second and third children and beyond. Tuition subsidies for children ages 5-6 enrolled at private preschools were also adjusted in accordance with childrearing allowances. At the same time, eligibility for these allowances was also expanded to include families receiving parental leave-without-pay subsidies and disadvantaged households collecting other subsidies.■ Lower child care and education fees: Starting August 2022, child care subsidies for children ages 0-2 attending public and quasi-public care centers were increased to NT$5,500 and NT$8,500, respectively, with additional subsidies for the second and third children and beyond. For children ages 2-6 attending public, nonprofit or quasi-public preschools, tuition fees were capped at NT$1,000, NT$2,000 and NT$3,000 per month, respectively, with further reductions for the second and third children and beyond.■ Raise employee salaries: Minimum monthly salaries for personnel working in public child care services will be raised to over NT$35,000. For personnel working in quasi-public child care and teaching staff and educare providers working in quasi-public preschools, minimum monthly salaries will be raised according to three tiers — NT$30,000, NT$33,000 and NT$36,000 — based on level of seniority.■ Provide an incentive structure: The government will provide grants of up to NT$500,000 per additional caregiver per year for child care centers that optimize to a caregiver-to-child ratio of 1:4. Quasi-public child care centers that upgrade their facilities and equipment will be eligible to apply for grants ranging between NT$400,000 and NT$800,000. Additionally, quasi-public nanny services that meet the required equipment standards will receive an increased allowance of NT$12,000 per nanny per year.
Strengthening maritime law enforcement
Taiwan is an island nation and the ocean is its most natural protective barrier. However, the nation's long and complex coastline also presents problems and risks in relation to law enforcement and epidemic prevention. To strengthen the enforcement of maritime law and safeguard the nation's maritime sovereignty, the Ocean Basic Act was promulgated in November 2019. This was followed by the publishing of the National Ocean Policy White Paper in June 2020 and the promotion of the Salute to the Seas policy. In the last few years, the government has significantly increased coast guard manpower and maintained a continuous drumbeat of coast guard vessel shipbuilding, integrating cross-ministerial resources to defend the coastline, curb illegal smuggling, and block firearms, narcotics, African swine fever, illegal migrants and contraband from entering the nation's borders.Three policy directions■ Uphold maritime security: Proactively investigate and apprehend illegal agricultural, aquatic and animal products, narcotics, firearms, smuggled cigarettes and illegal migrants to effectively curb smuggling operations and safeguard border security. Enforce border epidemic prevention through vessel inspections to prevent undeclared meat products from entering the nation's borders, and carry out inspections of pig carcasses at coastal entry points to prevent animal diseases from entering the nation's borders. ■ Defend the nation's sovereignty: Use a variety of means, including expulsion, vessel impoundment and the levying of fines, to deal with Chinese fishing vessels detected operating within Taiwanese sovereign waters. Robustly clamp down on and punish Chinese sand dredging vessels that encroach into Taiwanese waters to steal sand, thereby defending the nation's marine resources and preventing erosion of the nation's borders.■ Implement an indigenous shipbuilding program: Achieve the construction of 184 next-generation patrol vessels by 2031 required to bolster offshore patrol capabilities, guarantee the nation's maritime interests and support the fishing industry in the nation's exclusive economic zones and international waters.
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