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If Vietnam does not focus on removing the IUU (Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing) yellow card and violations continue, it is very likely that the EC will switch from yellow card to red card.

VN seafood companies to overcome COVID-19 challenges

Seafood companies are struggling with problems arising from the current fourth wave of COVID-19, causing uncertainties for the second half of 2021.

Southern seafood companies struggle to keep workers on-site

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.

Aquatic product export on recovery

Vietnam’s aquatic product export is expected to hit 8.7-9 billion USD, a year-on-year increase of 5-7 percent compared with last year's figure as demand is rising in many countries thanks to vaccination.

Seafood companies expect higher revenue on brighter prospects

Large seafood enterprises have set higher revenue and profit targets this year thanks to positive growth prospects of the seafood export market, especially the US and EU.

As rivals face 'bad luck', VN seafood exports could rise to Russia, the US

While India and Thailand are facing difficulties, Vietnamese seafood has an opportunity to occupy major markets such as Russia and the US.

 

Fishery exporters take pandemic in their stride

Vietnam exported 160 tonnes of frozen shrimp products to the US, Europe and Japan on January 5, its first seafood consignment of the year.

Vietnam strives to be world leader in seafood production and exports

The nation is poised to become a deep seafood processing centre and join the group made up of the three leading seafood producing and exporting countries in the world,

Rising shrimp exports require responsibility

Vietnamese shrimp is among the most-favoured agricultural products in overseas markets. However, with increasing exports also come more complications as domestic producers must comply with high standards set forth

Vietnam’s farm produce gears up for EU under new trade agreement

Meeting quality standards and enjoying preferential tariffs from the new EVFTA, Vietnam’s key farm produce such as rice, fruit, coffee and seafood are rushing to head for the EU market.

Pandemic wipes out most profits of catfish companies

As exports have been stagnant because of the pandemic, catfish companies are experiencing tough days, anticipating big losses in 2020, reported CafeF.

Exporters worried as catfish exports to major markets drop

Exporters are mulling plans on how to increase shipments to the US and China after Covid-19 ends.

Phu Yen lobster farming

The total area for lobster farming in Phu Yen province covers 52km2 with a production volume of 1,5 million lobsters per year,.