Vietnam exported more than 14,700 tonnes of rice worth 5.56 million USD in the first five months of this year to Russia, a year-on-year increase of…
Following the recent visit by Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the US and meetings with President Trump, plans have been unveiled to enhance political
Flying drones are revolutionizing land-based businesses, with realtors taking aerial photos of for-sale houses, and retailers exploring drone-based delivery
The shrimp industry in Belize is on the mend after years of contending with diseases such as early mortality syndrome (EMS), according to a recent report
Global sales from tea exports continued a downward trajectory for the fifth consecutive year in 2016, dropping an average of 9.5% annually from US$7.2 billion
The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) has just lifted its ban on shipping rice to the so-called exclusive markets by traders other than its affiliates Vinafood
The Vietnam Sugarcane and Sugar Association (VSSA) has requested state authorities to take suitable measures to deal with sugar stocks and promote
Vietnamese have to buy some imported fruits at exorbitant prices, but can only export fruit at low prices.
The Vietnam Cashew Association has forecast exports for 2017 to rise 3.4% in volume and 5.6% in value against the figures for 2016 to US$3 billion
Breeding shrimp together with other aquatic products is preventing disease without using chemicals and providing sustainable results for farmers in the central
Encouraged by the government’s promise to give support in land and capital, especially the VND100 trillion credit package announced in early 2017
Vietnam has made great progress in breeding brackish-water shrimp, becoming the world’s third largest shrimp exporter with annual value of more than US$3 billio
An agriculture fair featuring produce farmed in compliance with VietGap and GlobalGap standards sponsored
Central Group Vietnam & Big C Vietnam shipped the first shipment of fresh lychees from Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province to Thailand on June 20
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The Ministry of Industry and Trade is drafting a decree to remove bottlenecks for domestic rice exporters, especially small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Modern day farming is a complex business that requires a great deal of technology for efficiency and success
China remains a traditional and important market for Vietnamese lychees, according to the Bac Giang provincial Department of Industry and Trade
FAO has predicted major rice exporters including Vietnam will still face tough competition this year despite a slight increase in global demand.
The Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) has set an export target of US$3.3 billion this year for the cashew industry, a 10% year-on-year increase.
Statistics show that in early 2016, rice stocks at 143 rice businesses totaled more than 5.34 million tonnes.
Total shrimp retail sales hit £443.3 million (€506.1 million/$564.7 million) during the period, while volumes reached 32,225 metric tons.