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Ecuador’s Shrimp Sector Continues Fight Against Organized Crime

The Ecuadorian shrimp industry continues to battle organized crime attacks, with the latest incident leading to one man being sent to the hospital.

According to Ecuador’s National Chamber of Aquaculture (CNA), criminals intercepted a boat working in the shrimp sector in the Gulf of Guayaquil. The attack led to the vessel's operator to a medical facility after receiving first aid from local community members.

The CNA immediately called upon the Ecuadorian Navy in hopes of finding the suspects of the attack but there has been no results as of this writing...

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