Three Binh Dinh fishermen adrift at sea saved Society

Three Binh Dinh fishermen adrift at sea saved

China’s Hong Kong cargo ship FORTUNEIRS rescued three fishermen on board BD 97469 TS fishing boat on October 29, which went missing on two days earlier while attempting to return to the mainland to avoid storm Molave.
Bright prospects for fisheries sector in final quarter Business

Bright prospects for fisheries sector in final quarter

The COVID-19 pandemic could provide a good opportunity for the Vietnamese fisheries sector to increase its share in oversea markets, especially with foreign rivals engulfed by lockdowns or other forms of restrictions, experts have said.
Vietnam, US to strengthen fishery law enforcement capacity Business

Vietnam, US to strengthen fishery law enforcement capacity

The Directorate of Fisheries at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs at the US Department of State signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on July 22 in Hanoi on strengthening fishery law enforcement capacity.
Coastal provinces coordinate in monitoring fishing boats Business

Coastal provinces coordinate in monitoring fishing boats

Eight Mekong Delta and south central coastal provinces in Vietnam have signed a coordination agreement on the management of fishing vessels in a bid to have the European Commission (EC)’s “yellow card” warning on illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing lifted.
Vietnam works to stop illegal fishing Society

Vietnam works to stop illegal fishing

Vietnam has been actively working to implement the European Commission (EC)’s recommendations since it announced a yellow card on Vietnamese fisheries on October 23 last year.
ICFO supports Vietnamese fishermen Society

ICFO supports Vietnamese fishermen

Chairman of the International Cooperative Fisheries Organisation (ICFO) Kim Im-Kweon has agreed to provide 10,000 USD to support fisheries cooperatives and fishermen in Vietnam’s central coastal provinces of Khanh Hoa, Phu Yen and Ninh Thuan, which were severely affected by the recent typhoon Damrey.
Tuna value likely to drop in Q2 Business

Tuna value likely to drop in Q2

Vietnam would continue to decrease tuna's export value in the second quarter of this year, partly due to its falling price on the world market, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) forecast.
Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition opens Business

Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition opens

The 2014 Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition (Vietfish 2014), the most prestigious of this kind in Vietnam, kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on August 6, attracting the participation of more than 170 local and international businesses and organisations.
China sends six military ships to oil rig’s site Society

China sends six military ships to oil rig’s site

China on July 11 sent six military ships to the site where its rig Haiyang Shiyou-981 is illegally standing inside Vietnam’s continental shelf and exclusive economic zone, according to the Vietnam Fisheries Surveillance Department.