The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has sent a petition to the Prime Minister proposing the amendment of regulations on quarantine for aquatic products used for food.
Vietnam’s seafood exports to China are likely to decrease sharply as Chinese customs are tightening control over imports.
Vietnam’s shrimp exports to Australia surged 81% year-on-year to US$88.7 million in the first half of 2021, becoming the Oceania country’s biggest shrimp supplier.
Many seafood processing companies in the South are facing difficulties keeping their workers on-site amid the Covid-19 outbreak as required by the authorities, according to Truong Dinh Hoe, VASEP general secretary.
While India and Thailand are facing difficulties, Vietnamese seafood has an opportunity to occupy major markets such as Russia and the US.
Vietnam’s seafood exports have bounced back after a period of sliding, but there has been a spread of disease among some shrimp and fish breeding areas.
Last year has been a year with ups and downs for the seafood sector. While the consumption and export of basa fish stagnated mostly due to the global health crisis, shrimp farmers still saw a successful 2020.
Despite facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, seafood exports last year were estimated at US$8.58 billion, the same as in 2019.
Earnings from shrimp exports reached 3.85 billion USD last year, up 15 percent year-on-year despite difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has announced that China continues to closely control COVID-19 in imported aquatic products, which is likely to slow Vietnam’s exports to the country in the months to come.
The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) expects that Vietnam will be able to export seafood worth US$8.6 billion this year thanks to a high demand at the end of the year.
While many seafood products have seen minus growth because of Covid-19, Vietnam’s tuna has been selling well in the world market.
The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the shortage of cold storage space in HCM City and surrounding areas as goods pile up as a result of lack of demand.
Vietnam's shrimp industry expects to increase exports this year end because of a rise in demand, according to the Viet Nam Association Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Vietnamese seafood producers are developing their material in a sustainable way to make use of incentives for rising exports to the EU market.
Viet Nam’s pushback of COVID-19 pandemic has helped shrimp exporters raise their competitiveness on the world market, being over other competitors...
Vietnam’s shrimp exportsin Q1 had export turnover of $660 million, a 2 percent increase compared with the same period last year, according to the General Department of Customs (GDC).
Fearing a slump amid the epidemic, Vietnamese farmers are hesitating to begin new shrimp hatchery crops.