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After overcoming difficulties in 2021, Vietnam's seafood exports are forecast to continue to face many challenges in 2022.
Businesses investing in marine aquaculture contribute to sustainable development and building marine eco-systems
Experiencing failure for nearly ten years, Nguyen Quang Duy has succeeded in processing the sea grapes for export to Japan, the US.
Despite great efforts, pangasius exporters still face many difficulties, making exporting this staple product to many potential markets be unable to recover.
The granting of the geographical indication protection to Panulirus ornatus (lobster) will help the seafood improving its reputation, prestige, value, quality
The difficulties caused by Covid-19 have led to concerns about not meeting the plan to export seafood. But, in 2021, the seafood industry has unexpected results
Pangasius exports to Russia over 11 months of 2021 increased sharply, though that contributed noticeably to the growth of seafood export to this market.
Vietnam's aquaculture output is estimated at 4.75 million tonnes this year, rising by some 4.17 percent from 2020
The Directorate of Fisheries forecasts a shortage of raw materials for export basa processing in the first quarter of 2022 due to the impact of COVID-19.
Without using microbial products, farmers often lose about 1.2kg -1.3 kg of feed/1kg of commercial shrimp. Using them, the amount of feed reduces to only 1.1kg