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Vietnam cephalopod sales were on the rise
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) As of July 2017, Vietnam’s cephalopod exports totaled US$333 million, up 63% over the same period last year. In the period, exports of squid took up the main share of over 60% in Vietnam’s total export value while those of octo...
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Up 8.2% in Vietnam pangasius sales
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) As of July 2017, Vietnam’s pangasius exports totaled US$1 billion, up 8.2% over the same period last year. Out of top 10 major importing markets, despite the year-on-year fall of 23.5% of exports to the EU, shipments to some po...
Rise in Vietnam tuna exports to emerging markets
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) In recent months, Vietnam's tuna exports to markets continued to witness the good growth. According to the statistics from Vietnam Customs, Vietnam's tuna exports in the first 7 months of 2017 valued at US$328 million, an incre...
Rise in Vietnam octopus sales to Taiwan
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) Staying as the 7th largest octopus importing market of Vietnam, Taiwan currently increased imports of the item from Vietnam. Meanwhile, the country reduced those of this product from other countries.
Vietnam shrimp exports to US projected to rise in H2
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) Continuing the downward trend in QIV/2016, Vietnam’s shrimp exports to the U.S in the first two quarters of 2017 decreased by 7.5% to reach US$276.4 million. The figure as of 15th July 2017 was US$306.5 million; down 5.3% over ...
Vietnam cephalopod sales to Israel go on the rise
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) After the fall in Feb 2017, Vietnam’s cephalopod exports to Israel continued to show the increases in the last four months. The figure in the first half of 2017 amounted to US$3.6 million, rising by 99% over the same period in ...
Vietnam tuna exports to US rose by 16%
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) According to the statistics Vietnam customs, Vietnam's tuna exports to the U.S fell slightly in April 2017, but then recovered. The figure in the first 6 months of 2017 amounted to US$108 million, up 16% year on year.
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List of enterprises joining in the program “marine product enterprises commit to combating IUU fishing”
List of enterprises joining in the program “marine product enterprises commit to combating IUU fishing”
List of enterprises joining in the program “marine product enterprises commit to combating IUU fishing”
PRESS STATEMENT: Vietnamese fisheries enterprises are committed to combating IUU fishing
PRESS STATEMENT: Vietnamese fisheries enterprises are committed to combating IUU fishing
PRESS STATEMENT: Vietnamese fisheries enterprises are committed to combating IUU fishing
U.S. Department of Commerce Issues An Unfair Preliminary Determination in Fish Fillets Antidumping Case
U.S. Department of Commerce Issues An Unfair Preliminary Determination in Fish Fillets Antidumping Case
U.S. Department of Commerce Issues An Unfair Preliminary Determination in Fish Fillets Antidumping Case
VIETNAM FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 2017
VIETNAM FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 2017
VIETNAM FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 2017
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The Mekong Delta in Vietnam provides 90% of the world’s pangasius. In conjunction with an increasing global demand for pangasius products in the last decade, importing countries have been raising concerns about the safety of pangasius coming from Vietnam and the social and environmental impact of the industry. To address consumers’ concerns and difficulties in accessing foreign markets, a dedicated SWITCH-Asia project was launched in 2013, called “SUPA”. In these past four years, the project has been working with stakeholders along the whole pangasius supply chain to enhance the sustainability of this sector. SUPA intervened in the pre-production, production, processing, market and policy areas of the pangasius sector, contributing to an increased presence of safer Vietnamese pangasius in European markets.
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