(B) obtaining the capital necessary to invest in commercial fishing, fish processing, and commercial fishing support projects (including infrastructure to support commercial fishing);

  • (3)  

    evaluate the social and economic conditions in the participating communities and the extent to which alternative private sector employment opportunities exist;

  • (4)  

    evaluate the economic impacts on participants in the affected fisheries, taking into account the condition of the fishery resource, the market, and other relevant factors;

  • (5)  

    recommend a proposed schedule for accomplishing the developmental purposes of community development quotas; and

  • (6)  

    address such other matters as the National Academy of Sciences deems appropriate.



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