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Aquaculture farmers encounter several difficulties: MARD

Aquaculture farmers encounter several difficulties: MARD

At the conference on implementing solutions to develop livestock and fisheries in the new situation held on the morning of April 26, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) said that aquaculture farmers are facing many difficulties and only maintain a farming area of 1.3 million hectares with a production of about 4.75 million tons this year.
Low pangasius prices cause heavy losses for farmers in Mekong Delta

Low pangasius prices cause heavy losses for farmers in Mekong Delta

Mr. Cao Luong Tri, a pangasius fish farmer in Long Xuyen City in An Giang Province, said that he had more than 400 tons of pangasius fish that had passed the harvest date for a long time but he could not sell them because fish processing factories were buying slowly.
Agricultural, aquatic product exports to China face difficulties again

Agricultural, aquatic product exports to China face difficulties again

Chinese authorities might strengthen food safety inspection, supervision, quarantine testing, and traceability on imported agricultural and aquatic products that will possibly affect the progress of customs clearance of goods at border gates between Vietnam and China.
VASEP proposes support for export of seafood

VASEP proposes support for export of seafood

According to the latest statistics of the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers, seafood exports in March this year were estimated to drop by nearly 20 percent compared to the same period last year, merely reaching US$549 million.
Aquatic product exports decline by more than 35 percent

Aquatic product exports decline by more than 35 percent

According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), due to impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, most enterprises have suffered a decline of 35-50 percent in export orders as they were canceled and delayed or faced a shortage of raw materials.
Pangasius fish export turnover this year is forecast to be difficult to meet the target. (Photo: SGGP)

Pangasius fish prices plummet, farmers suffer huge losses

In 2018, the prices of pangasius fish fluctuated at VND29,000 per kilogram and sometime in September and October jumped to VND34,000-VND36,000 per kilogram, helping export turnover of pangasius fish to reach VND2.26 billion, up 26.5 percent. However, in the first eight months of this year, the situation was fairly gloomy.
Workers process pangasius fish at a seafood processing company. (Photo: SGGP)

Pangasius fish price drops, market fluctuates

After strongly increasing for a long time, the prices of raw pangasius fish in provinces in the Mekong Delta dropped to around VND23,000-VND25,000 per kilogram, at which farmers were only able to break even.
Farmers harvest pangasius fish in the Mekong Delta (Photo: SGGP)

Pangasius fish price remains high in Mekong Delta

Pangasius fish price has remained high before the Tet holiday until now, approximating VND28,000-30,000 a kilogram, said Mr. Nguyen Thanh Binh, director of Chau Thanh Seafood Cooperative in Dong Thap province yesterday.
Pangasius fish price reaches ten year high in 2017

Pangasius fish price reaches ten year high in 2017

Pangasius fish price reached ten year high swinging about VND28,000 a kilogram in 2017, when businesses saw many challenges from traditional markets such as the US and the EU but wide open opportunities from China and some other markets.
Pangasius fish export tops $1.75 billion

Pangasius fish export tops $1.75 billion

Vietnam Pangasius Fish Association said that pangasius fish export turnover this year exceeds US$1.75 billion and the fish farming area has increased back in the Mekong Delta region.
 
Farmers harvest pangasius fish in the Mekong Delta (Photo: SGGP)

Seafood export nears $7.5 billion in 11 months, up 18 percent

Seafood export value was estimated to top US$700 million in November and reach the highest ever of $7.5 billion during the first 11 months this year, up 18 percent over the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
 
Shrimp processing at Seafood Joint Stock Company No.1 (Photo: SGGP)

Seafood export likely to move from far to near markets

According to information from a businessman attending global seafood conference in Bali, Indonesia, seafood import market will move toward Asian region  comprising Japan, South Korea and China in the near future.