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Mixed shrimp farming is offering good yields and helping to minimise pollution
Update: (6/23/2017)

Central coastal province of Phu Yen has implemented a combined shrimp breeding model, which is offering good yields and helping to minimise pollution.
Saudi Arabia, a potential importing market of Vietnam Pangasius in the West Asia
Update: (6/9/2017)

According to the ITC, in 2012, Saudi Arabia imported only 192 MT of frozen pangasius (HS 030324) with the value of about US$365,000. After five years, Vietnam’s pangasius exports to Saudi Arabia showed the 57-time increase in volume to hit nearly 11 thousand MT and 49-time rise in value to touch US$17.7 million.
exporting Pangasius up in the first quarter of 2017
Update: (6/9/2017)

In the first 3 months of 2017, Vietnam’s pangasius exports valued at US$371.3 million, up 1.6% over the same period last year. There was a shift in the importing market structure, in which, exports to China continued to increase by 56.8%.
Correct information about Pangasius in Vietnam
Update: (5/29/2017)

Accurate and detailed information about the production and trade of Vietnam’s tra fish was provided to the Spanish press at a press conference held in the Vietnamese Embassy in Spain on May 25
Australia loosens the ban on the import of certain shrimp products.
Update: (5/26/2017)

VCN- According to the Vietnam Trade Office in Australia, Australia will review the import risk assessments for undercooked shrimp from all countries as well as loosen the temporary ban on some shrimp products.
Four conditions for activities involving the farming of comercial tra fish regulated by Gorverment
Update: (5/26/2017)

The Government has issued a decree on aquaculture management, and tra fish products processing and export, the Government Office reported.
The price of Pangasius Fish will still increase till the end of 2017, respectively.
Update: (5/17/2017)

Tra fish (pangasius) prices skyrocketed last month, reaching a 10-year high, but experts warn that export of this seafood product could be unstable this year.
Vietnam's suppliers meet the regulations for pangasius exports to US
Update: (5/11/2017)

Starting September 1, Vietnamese pangasius imported by the Unites States (US) will be treated the same way as domestically produced catfish and will be subject to the scrutiny of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Mexico - the third largest import market of Vietnam pangasius in the early 2017
Update: (4/28/2017)

In the first two months of 2017, Vietnam pangasius exports to Mexico reached US$15.5 million, up 38% over the same period last year. Thus, after China and the US, Mexico was the third largest import market of Vietnam pangasius in the early 2017.
Viet Nam Targets Shrimp, Catfish Export Products in 2017
Update: (3/22/2017)

VIET NAM - Viet Nam targeted shrimp and catfish as two key seafood export products in 2017, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on Monday.
PANGASIUS SALES TO CHINA UP 76% IN JAN-OCT 2016
Update: (12/12/2016)

China (including Hong Kong) is more likely to become Vietnam’s largest pangasius market in 2017.
VN – THE 2ND LARGEST SUPPLIER OF FROZEN TUNA LOIN TO US
Update: (11/29/2016)

The US claimed as the largest importer of Vietnam tuna for both frozen and processed items.
VIETNAMESE SEAFOOD EXPORTS FORECAST TO EXCEED USD 7B THIS YEAR
Update: (11/8/2016)

Vietnamese seafood exports are expected to reach USD 7 billion this year, a year-on-year increase of 5.5 per cent, according to the Viet Nam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters.
Vietnam eyeing more pangasius sales to Russia
Update: (11/5/2016)

Vietnam's seafood export group believes that pangasius producers can find opportunity in Russian markets due to the country's ongoing import ban on most western countries' seafood.
VIETNAM TO BOOST TUNA EXPORTS TO ISRAEL
Update: (10/16/2016)

Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam are top 3 largest suppliers of tuna to Israel. According to the ITC, as of Jun 2016, tuna imports into Israel totaled over US$37 million, in which, imports from Thailand hit US$10.8 million, imports from Philiipines hit US$8 million and imports from Vietnam reached nearly US$7 million.
VIETNAM RAISED EXPORTING FRESH/FROZEN TUNA
Update: (10/3/2016)

After the decline in 3 consecutive years, Vietnam tuna exports this year showed signs of recovery. Tuna sales in August 2016 hit US$43.8 million, up 10% year on year. Through August 2016, the figure was US$309.8 million, up 2.1% year on year.
TECHNICAL STANDARDS DEVELOPED IMPROVE FROZEN CATFISH QUALITY
Update: (9/30/2016)

Vietnamese Government intends to set national technical standards before the end of the year to boost frozen pangasius fillet quality and comply with international regulations.
VIETNAM CEPHALOPOD EXPORTS TO AUSTRALIA WENT UP
Update: (9/16/2016)

According to Vietnam Customs, Vietnam’s cephalopod exports in the first 7 months of this year totaled US$2.55 million, up 29.1% compared to the same period in 2015. Of these, despite a small proportion of 1.2%, cephalopod exports from Vietnam to Australia recorded a good growth compared to main importers of Vietnam. In July 2016, exports to this market reached US$447 thousand, up 31.2% over the same period in 2015.
QIV/2016: VIETNAM PANGASIUS EXPORTS TO ASEAN TO RISE 10%
Update: (9/14/2016)

Currently, ASEAN stayed as the 4th rank in top largest importers of Vietnam pangasius (after the U.S., EU and China-Hong Kong). As of July 2016, Vietnam pangasius exports to the region valued at US$79.8 million, up 0.2% compared to the same period last year. Out of the bloc, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines, top 3 largest buyers of Vietnam pangasius, recorded the year-on-year increases of 1.3%; 1.6% and 4.4%, respectively.
GOOD GROWTH IN VIETNAM SHRIMP SALES TO NETHERLANDS
Update: (9/2/2016)

In 2015, the Netherlands stayed as the 3rd largest importer of Vietnam shrimp in the EU bloc. After the growth in the first 3 months of 2015, Vietnam's shrimp exports to the Netherlands declined continuously from April to the end of the year. Entering 2016, shrimp exports to this market continued to decline in the first two months of 2016. Between March and June 2016, the Netherlands reported the continuous growth in importing Vietnam shrimp in which imports reached the highest value of US$14.8 million in June, up 98.3% compared to June 2015.
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