Catching sharks, cutting off their fins and tossing them in the ocean is not allowed in Colombia, but it’s happening.
Sergio Held is a Colombian-German journalist based out of Bogota, Colombia. A contributor to a range of publications, he specializes in business, trad... e, regulation, and economics. He previously lived in Hong Kong and Barcelona, and is a qualified lawyer from Universidad de Los Andes (Bogota) with a minor in journalism from the same university. He also received a master's degree in journalism from the University of Hong Kong. He also produces radio and TV content from Bogota for national and international media outlets.
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