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Opportunities for Vietnamese seafood exports to Australia
Update: (7/23/2013)

Australia is a potential market for seafood products. The country is importing averagely 200,000 MT per year, making up 70 percent of its annual fish consumption. Fish from Vietnam accounted for 25 percent of total Australian imports.
Thailand’s pangasius exports down and imports up
Update: (7/23/2013)

Thailand’s frozen pangasius fillets (HS0304) has been on downtrend while imports of this product are strongly increasing. The current stronger Thai baht against U.S. dollar made many local processors reduce or even stop production in absence of new orders. Some companies intended to close their operations if the value of baht continues to soar higher. Thai fishery industry is asking governement to take measures to stabilize its currency in order to keep domestic fish production on track.
Opportunities for Vietnamese seafood exports to Australia
Update: (7/22/2013)

Australia is a potential market for seafood products. The country is importing averagely 200,000 MT per year, making up 70 percent of its annual fish consumption. Fish from Vietnam accounted for 25 percent of total Australian imports.
Middle East - Potential market for Vietnamese pangasius
Update: (7/10/2013)

Over the recent years, Middle East is highlighting to be a potential market for seafood products, while other importing markets showed quiet signs in demand.
Vietnamese pangasius export recovered in May 2013
Update: (7/10/2013)

Most of import markets of Vietnamese pangasius showed recovery signs since April 2013. According to Vietnam Customs, pangasius exports reached US$174.09 million in May 2013, up 15.7 percent compared with that of May 2012. In the first five months, Vietnam generated US$708.89 million, up 1.5 percent from the same period of 2012
Mekong Delta reached US$1.6 billion of pangasius export
Update: (5/7/2013)

Mekong Delta-based provinces have recently sent 53,000 MT of pangasius products abroad. So far, the region reached the total export volume of 592,000 MT, worth US$1.6 billion.
Singapore - ASEAN's largest importer of Vietnam frozen Pangasius fillets
Update: (5/7/2013)

Over the five recent years, Vietnam has remained the leading supplier of pangasius to Singapore. Vietnam’s earnings from fish export to the market were 2 times higher than that of Indonesia – Singapore’s second largest supplier.
Support for fish farmers suffer from disaster and epidemic
Update: (5/7/2013)

In November 8th 2012, the Prime Minister signed to issue the Decision No. 49/2012/QĐ-TTg amending and supplementing the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 142/2009/QĐ-TTg on supportive policy for fish farmers in the regions affected by natural disaster and epidemic to recover their production.
VASEP's five measures to save pangasius industry
Update: (5/7/2013)

Vietnam export of pangasius products is struggling with many difficulties in the global market, especially in the EU. To keep business, fish farmers and processing companies have to reduce their farming areas or limit fish stocking.
Administrative procedures hinder enterprises' development
Update: (5/7/2013)

In July 20th 2012, Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS), Vietnam Leather & Footwear Association (LEFASO) in co-ordination with Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), General Department of Viet Nam Customs held a conference on building harmonized labor relations and simplifying administrative procedures in import and export activities.
2013: Pangasius production down, its price up
Update: (5/7/2013)

Vietnam pangasius industry will stop boosting production and farming areas in 2013, according to Vu Van Tam – Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry at the conference on pangasius production and consumption in Mekong Delta to wrap up the industry’s activities in 2012 and undertake new plans for 2013.
A draft on revised tax management law hinders fish import
Update: (10/30/2012)

In the period of 5 years (2007 – 2011), total seafood importvalue of Vietnam has surged by 118 percent in which 80 – 85 percent served for processing and exporting.
Vietnamese gov't agrees to give tra fish farmers preferential interest rates for loans
Update: (10/30/2012)

While tough global conditions mean many sections of the economy are currently swimming upstream, Tra fish farmers have been given the chance to make a splash after the Government agreed to offer them preferential loan interest rates.
Can Tho: pangasius farming area up 18% in Q.III/2012
Update: (10/16/2012)

In the first three quarters of 2012, Can Tho province produced 117,287 MT of fish in the area of 12,427 hectares, down 14% in fish output and down 4% in farming surface from January – September 2011, reported Can Tho’s Sub-Department of Fisheries.
Dong Thap expects to harvest 24,788 MT of pangasius
Update: (10/16/2012)

To the end of August 2012, Dong Thap province harvested fish in the area of 6,571 hectares. In which, pangasius farming expanse reached 1,457.48 hectares, including 701.49 hectares harvested and other 756 hectares in production. Surface area used for scampi cultivation was 1,206.6 hectares of which 210 hectares are coming into harvest. Superficies for other fish aquaculture reached 3,907 hectares in which 2,026 hectares were harvested and 1,880 hectares were in production.
Raw shrimp price increasing
Update: (10/16/2012)

By the end of September 2012, prices for shrimp in Mekong Delta increased by VND 15,000 – 20,000 (US$0.7 – 1 USD)/kg over the those in July due to lack of raw shrimp.
Mekong Delta farmed-pangasius export to US$1.1 billion
Update: (10/7/2012)

Pangasius producing provinces in Mekong Delta has export 84,000 MT of pangasius, boosting total fish export volume to 377,000 MT so far this year.
Preliminary Results of POR8: All Vietnam pangasius companies received zero percent duty rates
Update: (9/18/2012)

(vasep.com.vn) The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has recently released the preliminary results of the Eighth antidumping duty administrative review (POR8) on certain frozen fish fillets imported from Vietnam from 1st August 2010 to 31st July 2011.
Tra fish exports to U.S. grow strongly
Update: (9/16/2012)

Vietnam’s tra fish exports to the U.S. rose by 35% year-on-year as of August 15, while exports to the European Union (EU) market fell sharply, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) reports.
Warming up to frozen fish
Update: (8/20/2012)

Recession is good news for the frozen food category — the tougher the economy gets, the more consumers turn their backs on fresh products in favor of comparably cheaper frozen foods.
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