Facing increasingly stringent product quality requirements, Vietnamese Tra fish exporters must comply with new standards for farming areas, breeding
- Vietnam's catfish industry experiencing tough days, no improvement expected this year
- Squid, octopus exports slightly increase in June
- Shrimp exports increase 5.7 percent in first half of 2020
- A promising start for new AGD-tackling technology
- Shrimp exports unscathed by global pandemic
- Vietnamese shirmp sells well in US, China despite COVID-19
- A new alternative to antibiotics in aquaculture
- Khánh Hòa embraces advanced technologies for marine aquaculture
The EU has always been the second-largest market of Vietnam's aquatic export. When the Vietnam - EU Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) takes effect, aquatic exports
Vietnam’s total fisheries output in the first half of the year enjoyed an increase of 1.6% to 3.86 million tonnes against the same period from last year
Import tariffs on seafood exported into the EU from Vietnam will be reduced to zero percent as of August 1 this year when the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement
Indeed, the first half of the year saw the country's seafood exports decline by 10% to over US$3.5 billion in comparison with the same period last year.
This year, provinces in the Mekong Delta planned to raise around 6,600 hectares of pangasius fish with an estimated production of around 1.42 million tons.
Despite Vietnam’s Tra fish (pangasius) exports to major export markets suffering negative growth, there has been strong signs of growth to both the UK market
Vietnam's 10-billion-dollar export commodities such as fisheries, leather and footwear are full of hope the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement