Seven-month fishery export value drops 1 percent Business

Seven-month fishery export value drops 1 percent

The fishery export value in the first seven months of 2019 was estimated at nearly 4.7 billion USD, down 1 percent from the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Department of Farm Produce Processing and Market Development.
Seafood exports face barriers Business

Seafood exports face barriers

The seafood companies should work closer with various ministries such as trade and industry and foreign affairs to overcome trade barriers that hinder Vietnamese seafood exports, a top agriculture official said.
Vietnam dominates Canada’s shrimp market Business

Vietnam dominates Canada’s shrimp market

Vietnam’s shrimp export value to Canada reached 27.7 million USD by March 2018, a year-on-year increase of 16 percent, according to Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Localities urged to gear towards shrimp production targets Business

Localities urged to gear towards shrimp production targets

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has asked People’s Committees of cities and provinces with large areas of shrimp farms to employ different solutions in order to reach targets set in the national action plan for the development of the shrimp industry through 2025.
Shrimp aids climate change battle Business

Shrimp aids climate change battle

Rising sea levels have exacerbated saline intrusion and coastal erosion in Vietnam, but farmers can make the best out of a bad situation by shifting from agriculture to aquaculture, raising brackish water shrimp.
US anti-dumping taxes on VN’s shrimp go against bilateral ties Business

US anti-dumping taxes on VN’s shrimp go against bilateral ties

The US Department of Commerce (DOC)’s imposition of anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese shrimp products is unfair and contradicts the principle of trade liberalisation and the economic and trade ties between the two countries, Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Hai Binh told reporters in Hanoi on September 27.