VOV.VN - The country’s shrimp exports during April enjoyed an increase of 5.8% to US$244.2 million, boosting the total export turnover during the opening four months of the year by 2.9% on-year to US$872.8 million, whilst shrimp exports are expected to continue their growth into May, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers.
Vietnam’s brackish-water shrimp industry is confident of achieving its export target of more than US$3.5 billion this year despite the host of difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong said.
VOV.VN - China has remained the main buyer of Vietnamese shrimp over the past 5 years, with an average annual growth of 16% and the figure rose to over 55% after a five-year period.
VietShrimp 2018, the second fair on technology in the shrimp industry of Vietnam, has taken place in the southern province of Bac Lieu province, drawing the participation of over 100 domestic and foreign businesses and groups.
VOV.VN - The shrimp industry earned US$3.8 billion in export revenue in 2017 and is striving to reach a revenue target of US$8-10 billion by 2025 as laid out by the Government.
The establishment of a hi-tech shrimp farming zone in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu approved by the Prime Minister is expected to create a momentum for the locality to build itself into a centre of shrimp industry in Vietnam.
With its knowledge and experience in agriculture, the Netherlands is eager to join hands with Vietnam to improve the quality and efficiency of its agriculture, a business forum on Agriculture-Innovation in Vietnam heard in Ho Chi Minh City on March 20.
According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) in 2016 Vietnam’s shrimp exports revenue reached US$3.1 billion, a year-on-year increase of nearly 4%.
Vietnam’s shrimp industry should reduce production costs and improve food safety to improve its competitiveness.
(VOV) - The Vietnam Food Company (VNF) has announced a start-up joint venture with the CJ Cheil Jedang Group to produce shrimp meal as a by-product of Vietnam’s shrimp industry.
(VOV) - The demand for Vietnamese shrimp fell sharply in markets around the globe in the three months leading up to April as over production has led to a glut in an already saturated market— causing prices to tumble.