Shrimp export falls 8.1 percent in eight months Business

Shrimp export falls 8.1 percent in eight months

Vietnam exported 1.93 billion USD worth of shrimp during January-August, down 8.1 percent from the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Directorate of Fisheries.
Vietnam's seafood exports rise but challenges continue Business

Vietnam's seafood exports rise but challenges continue

Vietnam’s seafood exports increased slightly in July but the country is forecast to continue facing challenges, experts told a conference held by the Vietnam Association for Seafood Exporters and Producers in Ho Chi Minh City on August 28.
2018 - tough year for shrimp exports Business

2018 - tough year for shrimp exports

The Vietnamese shrimp exporters have been in a tough year in 2018 as world supply saw strong increases that brought down both shrimp price and demand in major markets.
Vietnam tuna exports exceed yearly target Business

Vietnam tuna exports exceed yearly target

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP)’s target of 524 million USD in tuna exports for the year has been completed early as the figure already hit 541 million USD as of November.
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Shrimp exporters move against US extra duties

Scores of Vietnamese shrimp processors and exporters are working with relevant agencies, lawyers and shrimp breeders to fight back the US Department of Commerce (DOC)’s recent levy of anti-subsidy duty on frozen warm-water shrimp imported from Vietnam.
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US slashes anti-dumping duties for Vietnamese seafood

The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has announced that the average anti-dumping tariff applied to shrimp products exported by 29 Vietnamese companies will be reduced from 4.57 percent to 2.89 percent.

The anti-dumping duty reduction is the result of the fourth administrative review conducted by the DOC from February 1, 2008 to January 31, 2009.

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Frozen shrimp still thrives in crisis

Frozen shrimp brought in over 1.5 billion USD in 2009 and became the only seafood export staple that still managed to grow amid decreasing demands in the world due to the global crisis within the year.