VCN - In January 2017, Spanish commercial television channel Cuatro broadcast inaccurate and subjective information on Vietnam’s tra fish.
VCN - 30 Japanese seafood enterprises attended a Japanese and Vietnamese business connection program held by JETRO in HCM City.
After nearly 10 months of pilot issue of E-cert for exporting seafood shipments under the National Single Window, the National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department (NAFIQAD) requested expansion in early March.
VCN - According to General Department of Customs, the export turnover of 10 major commodity groups in 2016 reached nearly $US 126.85 billion.
VCN- According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers(VASEP), besides the major seafood export markets such as the US, EU, and Japan, China also significantly contributed to export ...
VCN- The total exports reached $US 7.053 billion, an increase of 7.4% compared to 2015.
VCN - According to VASEP, in 2016, Vietnam seafood exports reached about $US 7.1 billion, up by 8% compared to 2015.
VCN - According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers, from 1 January 2017, China reduced the import tariffs for some popular seafood products.
VCN- Seafood enterprises expressed their pleasure and said that seafood products export will be more favorable because they are free from checking food safety.
VCN- On 22nd December 2016, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) launched a warning to export enterprises to avoid fraud.
VCN - The Prime Minister has approved the Scheme on controlling, and preventing the behavior of putting impurities into raw shrimp production.
To push the development of PPP in agriculture, and contribute practically to restructuring the agricultural sector, is not simple.
VCN- Recently, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development officially allowed seafood enterprises to bring import frozen seafood as raw materials for goods export production in their preservation warehouses while ...
Aquatic product exports are expected to reach US$8 billion this year, forecast Ha Cong Tuan, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Vietnam enterprises still have many difficulties when exporting to China such as tariffs, lack of information and language, etc.