According to the Bank's website, the project provide funding to Kilic Deniz to finance creation of new jobs in rural areas of Turkey and generation of hard currency for Turkey via its seafood exports to 60 countries.
Key environmental and social risks relate to labor and working conditions, pollution, community health and safety, impact on biodiversity.
Kilic Deniz started its operations in 1993 and has become a major aquaculture player in Turkey, operating a fully integrated value chain with offshore and inland facilities. Aquaculture operations of Kilic Deniz are organized in four business segments: (i) offshore marine farms - production of seabass, seabream and meagre; (ii) inland fresh-water farms - production of trout and salmon trout; (iii) fattening and farming of tuna and (iv) juvenile fish hatchery and fish feed production.
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