Vietnam Food Association has just informed the price of Vietnamese 5-percent broken rice passes that of Thailand, becoming the leader in this segment, a milestone in the national target for rice export.
About 6.07 million tons of rice worth US$2.94 billion was exported in the first 10 months of 2022, up 17.2% in volume and 7.4% in value year on year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
The southern region should prioritize rice varieties with high quality and yields for export in the upcoming winter-spring rice, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Quoc Doanh has said.
Vietnamese rice exporters have a great opportunity to dominate the market share in the Southeast Asian market in particular and the world in general. However, Vietnamese rice grain is still presently struggling to find its position in rice export.
Rice farmers in Mekong Delta rejoiced as the ongoing winter-spring crops yielded big gains, while domestic agricultural authorities work towards a near future where Vietnamese rice dominates markets worldwide.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on March 27 held an online meeting to summarize preliminarily the winter-spring rice crop, deploy the production plan for the summer-autumn, winter, and autumn-winter rice crops this year in Southern and Mekong Delta provinces.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development yesterday held a meeting between Vietnamese exporters with a delegation of Food Valley of China (FVC) to exchange information about expanding export market of the two nations.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade yesterday organized a conference to popularize Decree 107 on rice trading and export, saying the decree facilitate small and medium enterprises’ participation in rice export market.
The Government has been studying measures for the rice export industry to overcome challenges and support businesses to increase market share, said deputy minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai yesterday.