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REPORT ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORT QIV/2011
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REPORT ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORT QIV/2011

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Printed Publication
: Quarterly

Release forms: print, A4

Language: Vietnamese - English

Directed by: General Secretary of VASEP, Mr. Truong Dinh Hoe 

In charge of content: Deputy General Secretary of VASEP, Mr. Nguyen Hoai Nam

Implemented by: VASEP Training and Trade Promotion Center (VASEP.PRO)

Quarterly Report II/2011 released in June, 2011
(Content of Quarterly Report 2/2011 click here)

 

 
   

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Outline

 

CHAPTER I: GENERAL INFORMATION ON SEAFOOD EXPORT

I.  AQUACULTURE AND CAPTURE

1. Aquaculture

2. Capture

II. EXPORT

1. Seafood export in first 9 months of 2011:

2. Export average prices:

3. Product structure

4. Exporters

5. Importing markets

5.1. EU – 27: (Export to EU, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)
5.2. The U.S: (Export to the U.S., Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)
5.3. Japan: (Export to Japan, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters)

5.4. South Korea: (Export to South Korea, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)

5.5. China: (Export to China, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)

III. VIETNAM’S SEAFOOD IMPORT TO PROCESS FOR EXPORT

1. Shortage of raw material to process for export

2. Seafood import to process for export

IV. WORLD SEAFOOD IMPORT

1. Table of world seafood import (HS code 03) by countries in 2010 and 2011

2. Table of world seafood import (HS code 1604 and 1605) by countries in 2010 and 2011

V. DIFICULTIES AND SOLUTIONS FOR VIETNAM SEAFOOD EXPORT

 1. Raw material

 2. Seafood quality

 3. Trade promotion, brand building, market expansion…

….

VI. OUTLOOK

  1. Volume and value of seafood export in QIV and 2011
  2. Supply
  3. Trends of importing markets

CHAPTER II:  SHRIMP

I.   RAW MATERIAL PRODUCTION
1. Production

2. Raw shrimp price

II. EXPORT

1. Shrimp export in first 9 months of 2011:

2. Export average prices:

3. Product structure

4. Exporters

5. Importing markets

5.1. The U.S: (Shrimp export to the U.S, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)

5.2. Japan: (Shrimp export to Japan, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis:



5.3. EU – 27: (Shrimp export to EU, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)

5.4. China: (Shrimp export to China, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)

5.5. South Korea: (Export to South Korea, Export average prices, Product structure, Exporters, Market Analysis)

III. OUTLOOK

1. Supply: Trend and forecast of shrimp supply in QIV of 2011.

2. Export: Volume and value of shrimp export in QIV and 2011.

3. Importing markets: Trend of consumption, demand, price in the main importing markets.

 

CHAPTER III:  PANGASIUS

I.   RAW MATERIAL PRODUCTION
1. Production

2. Raw pangasius price

II. EXPORT

1. Pangasius export in first 9 months of 2011:

2. Export average prices and application of floor price for export pangasius:

3. Exporters

4. Importing markets

4.1. EU – 27: (Pangasius export to EU, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

4.2. The U.S: (Pangasius export to the U.S, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

4.3. Mexico: (Pangasius export to Mexico, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

4.4. China: (Pangasius export to China, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

4.5. Brazil: (Pangasius export to Brazil, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

III. SUSTAINABLE PANGASIUS FARMING

IV. OUTLOOK

1. Supply: Raw pangasius production in QIV of 2011. Raw pangasius price

2. Export: Pangasius export volume and value of in QIV and 2011.

3. Importing markets: Trend of consumption, demand, price in the main importing markets.

 

CHAPTER IV:  MARINE PRODUCTS

I. CAPTURE AND RAW MATERIAL PRODUCTION

1. Catch landings

2. Current status of marine fishing and raw material resource to process for export

II. EXPORT

1.TUNA

Tuna export in first 9 months of 2011:

Export average prices:

Exporters

Importing markets

The U.S.: (Tuna export to the U.S., Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

EU – 27: (Tuna export to EU, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

Japan : (Tuna export to Japan, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

Iran: (Tuna export to Iran, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

  1. Cephalopods

Cephalopods export in first 9 months of 2011

Export average prices

Exporters

Importing markets

South Korea: (Cephalopods export to South Korea, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

EU – 27: (Cephalopods export to EU, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

Japan: (Cephalopods export to Japan, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

China : (Cephalopods export to China, Export average prices, Exporters)

  1. Bivalve mollusks

Bivalve mollusks export in first 9 months of 2011:

Export average prices:

Exporters

Importing markets

EU – 27: (Bivalve mollusks export to EU, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

The U.S: (Bivalve mollusks export to the U.S, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

Japan : (Bivalve mollusks export to Japan, Export average prices, Exporters

China : (Bivalve mollusks export to China, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

South Korea: (Bivalve mollusks export to South Korea, Export average prices, Exporters, Market Analysis)

III. SUSTAINABLE FISHING

1. Catch certificate and IUU regulations

2. Consumption trend of seafood caught sustainably and sustainable certificates

3. Quotas to fish supply

IV. OUTLOOK

  1. Trend of fish supply in QIV
  2. Export
  3. Importing markets

ANNEX

 
o   Table of Vietnam top 20 seafood exporters in 2011 including trading name and company’s information (address- telephone, fax number, email, website and representatives)
o   Table of Vietnam top 100 pangasisus seafood exporters in 2011 (volume – value – value proportion)
o   Table of Vietnam top 100 shrimp seafood exporters in 2011 (volume – value – value proportion)
o   Table of Vietnam top tuna exporters in 2011 (volume – value – value proportion)
o   Table of Vietnam top cehalopods exporters in 2011 (volume – value – value proportion)
o   Table of Vietnam top bivalve mollusk exporters in 2011 (volume – value – value proportion)
 
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