By Qu Sihan © CompassList

By Qu Sihan © CompassList

Portugal is tapping oceantech disruption to create new value out of its blue economy, with strong government push

Portugal aims to become a leader in the emerging oceantech, or bluetech, sector, seeking to sustainably exploit the economic opportunities from digitalizing traditional industries and introducing new maritime technologies. Fisheries, aquaculture, shipping and logistics are ripe for disruption, while new industries, such as offshore energy, biotechnology and food innovation using seaweed, are being created. 
Helena Vieira, Director-General for Maritime Policy at the Portuguese Ministry of the Sea, told the recent Web Summit 2020 that there are already bluetech acceleration pro...

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