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COVID-19 impact puts businesses in fight for survival

COVID-19 impact puts businesses in fight for survival

VOV.VN - Plenty of local enterprises have made great strides to adapt to the new situation whilst struggling to maintain production and their business activities despite numerous difficulties as a result of the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Shrimp exports forecast to reach US$3.8 billion in 2020

Shrimp exports forecast to reach US$3.8 billion in 2020

Shrimp exports are expected to hit US$3.8 billion, instead of the previous forecast of US$3.5 billion, thanks to positive signs amid the COVID-19 outbreak, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

Vietnam to promote shrimp exports to EU next year

Vietnam to promote shrimp exports to EU next year

The EU is a potential market for Vietnam's shrimp industry next year because it is the largest shrimp market in the world, while the shrimp production of this bloc has not met its demand, according to domestic seafood experts.

Vietnam to fall short of fisheries export target

Vietnam to fall short of fisheries export target

Vietnam’s fisheries exports are unlikely to meet the US$10 billion target set by the Government for this year because of the multiple challenges like the US-China trade war, lack of demand and increasing competition.

Shrimp export falls 8.1 percent in eight months

Shrimp export falls 8.1 percent in eight months

Vietnam exported 1.93 billion USD worth of shrimp during January-August, down 8.1 percent from the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Directorate of Fisheries.

Pangasius exports to Southeast Asia up 14.6 per cent

Pangasius exports to Southeast Asia up 14.6 per cent

Vietnam’s tra fish exports to Southeast Asian countries were worth US$87.3 million in the first five months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 14.6 per cent, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

Roundtable seeks solutions to aquaculture sector

Roundtable seeks solutions to aquaculture sector

Developing concentrated aquaculture areas, strengthening linkages among stakeholders, optimising costs, increasing the use of technology, and building brands are among the measures that would add value to the aquaculture sector, according to the Directorate of Fisheries.

US likely to approve Vietnamese tra fish compatibility: VASEP

US likely to approve Vietnamese tra fish compatibility: VASEP

Vietnamese tra fish quality compatibility may be approved by the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) under the U.S. Department of Agriculture, though an official announcement has yet to be released, according to Truong Dinh Hoe, VASEP general secretary.

Seafood products struggle to land on shelves

Seafood products struggle to land on shelves

Seafood producers are finding it difficult to get their products onto domestic supermarket shelves due to a lack of detailed regulations about the minimum required performance limit (MRLP) applied to prohibited substances.

2018 - tough year for shrimp exports

2018 - tough year for shrimp exports

The Vietnamese shrimp exporters have been in a tough year in 2018 as world supply saw strong increases that brought down both shrimp price and demand in major markets.

Tra fish shipments give hope to aquatic product exports

Tra fish shipments give hope to aquatic product exports

Tra fish (pangasius) exports are likely to surpass US$2 billion for the first time this year, presenting an opportunity for Vietnam’s aquatic product exports to realise or even exceed its yearly goal of US$9 billion.

Tra fish exports to US enjoys strong surge

Tra fish exports to US enjoys strong surge

Vietnam’s tra fish export turnover to the US surpassed that to China to hit US$58.5 million in July, making up 30% of the country’s total export value of tra fish.

Seafood exports likely to fall short of US$10 billion target

Seafood exports likely to fall short of US$10 billion target

Vietnamese seafood companies need to work harder to realise the export target of US$10 billion set by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) when oversea shipments in during January-July were estimated at only US$4.66 billion.