His products are popular in both domestic and international markets
It ‘tastes better than fried chicken at fast-food restaurants’
The U.S. has lowered anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese catfish from last year’s all-time high level
The latest duties are as high as US$7.74 a kg
The nine foreign fishermen were handed over to Philippine authorities on Saturday, safe and sound
A Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper investigation has shown that a number of mindless residents have elevated angling along a revived canal in Ho Chi Minh City from an undesirable pastime to an ecologically damaging livelihood by electrocuting fish
The appreciation of the greenback against other currencies in Vietnam’s export markets has negatively affected the competitiveness of local enterprises and their goods.
The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors (VASEP) has asked local catfish exporters to improve the quality of their exported products by producing and processing them in a more sustainable manner to maintain market shares overseas
The U.S. Department of Commerce said it may reduce its anti-dumping tax for more Vietnamese pangasius exporters including Vinh Hoan, which enjoyed an anti-dumping tax exemption for its shipments to the North American country in the past
The U.S. is the largest import market of Vietnam catfish today with $351.3 million in the first 11 months of 2013, up 4.6% compared to the same period in 2012.
- Over 250 English language centers listed as unlicensed in Ho Chi Minh City
- Three Vietnamese airlines requested to stop selling tickets in excess of allocations
- Three assaulted with knife over karaoke noise feud in Ho Chi Minh City
- Vietnamese man gets death sentence for killing female bus attendant over romantic jealousy
- Ho Chi Minh City traffic police given special motorbikes with license plate identification system