Vietnam to join world's top five seafood processing countries by 2030

Vietnam to join world's top five seafood processing countries by 2030

The growth of processed seafood output in Vietnam will reach over 6 percent a year by 2030 under a national seafood processing development strategy for 2021-2030 which has been approved by the Prime Minister.
Vietnamese seafood imports from India skyrocket in first eight months

Vietnamese seafood imports from India skyrocket in first eight months

Of the nearly $1.35 billion spent to import seafood in the first eight months of the year, Vietnam imported $228.2 million from India, up 41 per cent on-year.
Vietnam becomes largest tuna supplier to Israel

Vietnam becomes largest tuna supplier to Israel

Vietnam has become the largest tuna exporter to the Israeli market after demand from the market boosted in the first haft of the year.
Seafood export showing falling sign in August

Seafood export showing falling sign in August

In August, exports to all markets decreased by 16 – 50 per cent compared to the same period in 2020.
Seafood producers hard to resume as normal

Seafood producers hard to resume as normal

Only a few seafood producers have the capacity to resume production immediately after social distancing while the rest will need quite a long time to pick up pace.
Action urged to lighten the load for seafood groups

Action urged to lighten the load for seafood groups

The seafood sector is clamouring for further governmental support as production costs skyrocket in the face of extra testing and safety measures.
Tra Vinh province faring well in the year to date

Tra Vinh province faring well in the year to date

Despite the health crisis, the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh has posted laudable achievements across the board this year.
Growth prospects in rest of 2021 under the microscope

Growth prospects in rest of 2021 under the microscope

Many sectors with impressive Q2 performance are expected to retain their growth momentum in the latter part of 2021, leveraging favourable supportive factors.
Vietnam approves development scheme for seafood processing in 2021-2030

Vietnam approves development scheme for seafood processing in 2021-2030

Vietnam approved the development scheme for the seafood processing industry in 2021-2030 to make Vietnam one of the world’s top seafood processors.
Seafood industry urges vaccination for workers as 70 per cent of factories are closed

Seafood industry urges vaccination for workers as 70 per cent of factories are closed

The VASEP has requested the PM and MARD to authorise vaccination for their workers as more than 70 per cent of businesses had to halt production.
Seafood exports expected to reach 12 billion USD by 2025

Seafood exports expected to reach 12 billion USD by 2025

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters forecasts that seafood exports would increase by an average of 7 percent yearly between 2021 and 2025, reaching 12 billion USD in 2025.
Seafood exports in first half reach more than $4.1 billion

Seafood exports in first half reach more than $4.1 billion

Vietnam's seafood export turnover in the first half of the year reached more than $4.1 billion, making the $8.8-9 billion target for the whole year feasible.
Seafood exports to glide in shallow waters

Seafood exports to glide in shallow waters

The target of the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers to grow seafood exports by 10 per cent this year is threatened as the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development announced considering stricter quarantine and safety regulations affecting the sector. 
Shrimp leading the charge in seafood sector recovery

Shrimp leading the charge in seafood sector recovery

Data from the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers showed that Vietnam’s export turnover of seafood in the first four months of the year reached $2.5 billion, up 13 per cent over the same period last year.
Seafood companies under pressure from mounting shipping costs

Seafood companies under pressure from mounting shipping costs

Exporters are beset by soaring transport expenses, with costs of transporting goods to the US soaring just after costs to the EU normalised.
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