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Rice export targets higher quality

Rice export targets higher quality

Rice is one of Vietnam's major exports and Vietnam has maintained the position as one of the world's top ten biggest rice exporters for many years.

Vietnam wins contract to export rice to RoK

Vietnam wins contract to export rice to RoK

A Vietnamese company has won a bid to export 60,000 tonnes of Japonica brown rice to the Republic of Korea (RoK), defeating competition from rivals of China, Thailand and Australia.

Vietnam Food Association risks losing rice monopoly

Vietnam Food Association risks losing rice monopoly

Following recent criticism of the Vietnam Food Association (VFA), the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has reduced the association’s power, with further plans to promote fairness in rice exports.

Positive signs promise good year for rice export

Positive signs promise good year for rice export

Many rice export contracts continuing from 2017 and Indonesia’s import order at the year’s beginning amid limited rice supply are positive signs for Vietnam’s rice exports.

Vietnam’s rice market fares well

Vietnam’s rice market fares well

Vietnam shipped abroad nearly 5.2 million tonnes of rice worth over 2.27 billion USD in the first 11 months of this year, surpassing the figure of the entire 2016 at 4.9 million tonnes, according to the Vietnam Food Association.

VFA hikes rice export target on strong demand

VFA hikes rice export target on strong demand

The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) has decided to raise its rice export target from 5.2 million tonnes to 5.6 million tones, following an increase in rice contracts for the last months of the year.

Vietnam rice industry should focus on quality: experts

Vietnam rice industry should focus on quality: experts

Vietnamese rice producers and exporters should focus on quality and supplying products that are in demand to sustain the production and export of the grain and add value to the grain, heard a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City on October 17.

Can Tho to ship first rice batch to Iran

Can Tho to ship first rice batch to Iran

The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho has signed an agreement with Iran to ship 100,000 tonnes of rice to the country, said Huynh Trung Tru, Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade on October 4.

Rice exporters advised to diversify markets

Rice exporters advised to diversify markets

Vietnam exported more than 4.5 million tonnes of rice in the first nine months of this year for US$2 billion, up 19.6% in volume and 18% in value year on year, but its dependance on the Chinese market brings latent risks.

Rice export goal raised to 5.6 million tonnes this year

Rice export goal raised to 5.6 million tonnes this year

The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) revised up the goal of rice export to 5.6 million tonnes this year from the 5.2 million tonnes set in July thanks to a strong rise in contracts signed during August and positive signs of the market.

Superior quality rice yields hope for Vietnamese farmers

Superior quality rice yields hope for Vietnamese farmers

VOV.VN - Experts at a recent conference in Ho Chi Minh City urged Vietnam agriculture to move away from high-yield to superior quality rice varieties to best compete with other rice exporters in the Asian region such as India and Thailand.

Rice export target set at 5.2 million tonnes in 2017

Rice export target set at 5.2 million tonnes in 2017

The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) aims to ship 2 million tonnes of rice to foreign countries in the last five months of the year, increasing total rice export for the whole year to 5.2 million tonnes, up 6% year-on-year.

Glutinous rice exports to China slowing down

Glutinous rice exports to China slowing down

Exports of glutinous rice to China, Vietnam’s biggest rice importer, are stagnating, despite overseas shipments of the commodity soaring 34% in the first half of 2017.