VOV.VN -The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is outlining a plan to develop Vietnam’s shrimp industry towards an export revenue of US$10 billion by 2025.
The Vietnamese Government has accused Australia of "causing serious damage" to its prawn farmers and exporters and has asked the Federal Government to reconsider the ban on uncooked prawn imports.
The cost of raising white-leg shrimp under the extensive farming pilot model is up to VND13.5 million (US$590) per hectare in Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta provinces, with a low profit of only VND17.2 million (US$750) per hectare.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the shrimp industry to strive for an export value of US$10 billion by 2025 during a conference on shrimp production held in the southernmost province of Ca Mau on February 6.
The coastal central province of Nghe An has undertaken numerous measures to protect local marine resources and promote sustainable fishing.
VOV.VN - Shrimp exports rose 5.6% to US$2.2 billion during the first nine months of this year and are expected to hit US$3.1 billion this year, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
L’Olivier Restaurant of the Sofitel Plaza Saigon Hotel boasts new dishes under the wing of new executive chef Marko Rankel.
The export of prawn saw a year-on-year increase of 8.5% in the first two months of this year, earning the country US$378.4 million, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
The netting season starts in October when the sea is calm, reaching its peak during the Lunar New Year and ending in early April.
(VOV) - Vietnam is the top shrimp supplier for Germany, accounting for 18.4% of Germany’s total shrimp import revenue, according to the International Trade Centre (ITC).
(VOV) - The border gate in An Giang province has been lively, boisterous, colourful, smelly and gritty with an electric atmosphere during the early months of the year, full of Cambodian traders travelling to Vietnam to buy fish, shrimp and prawns.
(VOV) - While Vietnam seafood exports set records in 2014, the real story has been the spectacular rise in exports to China, which traditionally has not been a major market for seafood.
PepsiCo Vietnam plans to export some kinds of Vietnamese nosh like rice crust, prawn crackers and cassava chips to Southeast Asian countries.