Vietnam reported a 31-percent decrease in shrimp exports in January-June compared to the same period last year
Vietnam crossed the $1 billion mark in 2021
The persistent presence of chemically adulterated shrimp has fueled general mistrust of vendors
The man, dropping out of university, aspires to develop his homeland agriculture
Saudi Arabia is the latest foreign market to issue warnings about many agricultural and food products shipped from Vietnam violating food hygiene and safety standards
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 U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) late last week announced that the anti-dumping duty on Vietnamese shrimp shipped to the U.S. in the period lasting from January 2, 2013 to January 31, 2014 will be cut from 6.37 percent to 0.93 percent
A new level of chemical residue permitted in crustaceans has been announced by Japan’s Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry on its website.
If the catfish management program under the US Farm Bill 2012 is transfer to the US Department of Agriculture, Vietnamese pangasius exports to the US will be in a big trouble
The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has also asked US Department of Commerce to keep Bangladesh as the country of reference for calculating the input costs of Vietnamese pangasius products