Eric Fisher, a producer and director who has made a career out of working on the fish market in Singapore, has said the fish markets are not a fish market.
In an interview with The Straits Times, Fisher said he was surprised by the backlash he received when he said he wanted to be a fish farmer.
“I was like, ‘Wait a minute, why would you say that?
Why would you think that?’
He said, ‘I don’t care.
I just want to be able to make some money,'” Fisher said.
“And I said, [I] have never made money from fish markets, I have never had a fish.
I have made money by selling fish to the public.
And if it’s good, that’s the end of it.”
He added that he did not believe that he was making any money from selling fish because it was illegal to sell fish.
Fisher said that while there is some confusion around the legality of selling fish, there is no legal or regulatory way to make money from the sale of fish.
Fish market owner Eric Fisher said it is illegal to use illegal means to make a profit out of the sale and it is against Singapore law to advertise or offer prices for fish.
The fish market is not a market.
We are just selling fish.
– Eric Fisher article Eric Fischer, a Singapore-based producer and producer of films, said the current laws governing the sale or purchase of fish in Singapore were unclear.
“There are various laws that govern the sale/purchase of fish,” he said.
“So if you are a fish seller, you are subject to the laws governing fish markets and this is where the confusion lies.
There are a lot of different laws that apply to different parts of the market.”
Fisher explained that although there are no specific rules governing the use of illegal means in the fish industry, there are laws that regulate the sale, including those related to animal welfare and environmental standards.
Fischer said he would continue to work with Singapore authorities to make sure the fish farms he runs are complying with these regulations.
Fishers views on the law around the fish sales mirrors that of many Singaporeans who are wary of the fish-market business.
“What worries me is that I know how it is in Singapore,” Fisher said, adding that the fish traders who sell the fish are often people who have been involved in criminal activity.
“It is an industry that is in decline,” he added.
“If you are trying to make your living from this industry, you better get your act together and get your shit together.”
He said that Singapore’s fish farmers, who are working to earn enough to support their families, needed to have a greater understanding of the laws surrounding the fish trade.
Fishing market owners are also concerned that the increased presence of enforcement measures in Singapore could have an impact on the viability of the business.
Friedman said that there is a need for fish markets to be regulated.
“The laws are quite clear.
We have a certain level of control, but we also have a huge amount of freedom,” he explained.
“If you start going around the country with this type of activity, you might as well get your own police.”
Fischer also said that he hopes Singapore can be a model for other markets around the world to follow in developing regulations around fish markets.
“In other countries, they would say, ‘Hey, don’t do this.
We’re not going to do this’,” he said, referring to the United States.
“But in Singapore we have this kind of legal framework.
We can make a lot more of a difference.”