According to this article from Reuters, yes.
Here's a link to a similar story from a couple of years ago.
Why do nations continue to subsidize fishing, when the evidence is overwhelmingly clear that such subsidies make the situation worse?
What are some examples of these subsidies?
We will not formally cover fisheries econ until later in the term, but one of the things we'll learn is that the best economic solution is also the solution that's best for the fish (i.e. truly sustainable use). We'll also learn that command-and-control (standards) simply will not get us there.