Update news rice export
VietNamNet Bridge - Experts believe that Vietnam should focus on producing high-quality rice instead of striving to earn money from selling low-cost rice products.
Agriculture was never found on the list of the most attractive investment channels for those who have idle money. But things are changing.
VietNamnet Bridge - In the last 30 years, Vietnam has been trying to produce as much rice as possible but has not focused on improving quality.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese agencies have confirmed that rice export consignments rejected by the US are not toxic or unsafe.
VietNamNet Bridge - China's plan to get involved in Cambodia's rice development strategy is a bad sign for Vietnam.
VietNamNet Bridge - Experts have called on Vietnamese leaders to rethink whether Vietnam should become a big rice exporter or fruit export power.
VietNamNet Bridge - Myanmar has jumped into large markets, getting ready to become the No 1 in the world in rice exports, according to Vo Tong Xuan, the leading rice expert.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s Mekong River Delta is in danger of disintegrating as the volume of sediment is declining.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam and China have signed a protocol on phytosanitary requirements on Vietnamese rice and rice bran exports to China. The protocol sets stricter sterilization inspection of exports.
VietNamNet Bridge - Though the rice export increased in the first quarter over last year in the same period, rice exporters have been warned about big difficulties ahead.
The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) has planned to export 1.6 million tons of rice for the second quarter of this year, 200,000 tons lower than the initial plan.
VietNamNet Bridge - Despite difficulties, Vietnam’s rice exports have remained stable over the last few years thanks to low prices. However, this advantage may not help in the future as the world market has seen major changes.