Over 7.6 tonnes of fish fry released in An Giang Environment

Over 7.6 tonnes of fish fry released in An Giang

Over 7.6 tonnes of fish fry of various kinds and 180,500 breeding fish of indigenous species were released into Vam Nao river, part of Hau river, in Cho Moi district, the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on August 24.
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.
Vietnam pledges to prevent illegal fishing Society

Vietnam pledges to prevent illegal fishing

Vietnam pledges to step up collaboration efforts with the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC)’s member nations in preventing and detering illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU).
Business

Hanoi spend 952,000 USD a year on aquaculture

Hanoi has spent up to 20 billion VND (952,000 USD) a year on developing centralized aquaculture breeding areas in a bid to protect the environment, prevent epidemic diseases and protect food safety.
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Binh Dinh fishing vessels invest in comms

Over 1,400 high-capacity offshore fishing vessels in the central province of Binh Dinh have been equipped with high-frequency communication equipment, making it easier for fishermen to make contact with the mainland and their peers while out at sea.
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Teamwork needed to improve fishing output

The Fishery General Department reported remarkable growth in sea catches in the April - September season despite extraordinary weather and the increase in oil prices, with more than 1.5 million tonnes of seafood brought ashore, 4.24 percent above target.
Bai Tu Long Bay: A national treasure Travel

Bai Tu Long Bay: A national treasure

Located in the northern province of Quang Ninh, Bai Tu Long National Park comprises 40 islands, either earth or limestone, scattering across three communes, Ha Long, Van Yen and Minh Chau of Van Dong district.