Pangasius industry is likely to recover completely from Q3

According to the Vietnam Pangasius Association, in early 2020, the evolution of the COVID-19 epidemic has affected the production, processing and export activities of Vietnam pangasius industry.

POR15: Anti-dumping tax for Vietnamese pangasius in US decreased

( On April 29, 2020, the Federal Register has officially announced the final results of the 15th administrative review (POR15) for shipments. Vietnam pangasius exports to the US market in the period from August 1, 2017 to July 31, 2018.

Covid-19: Opportunities and challenges for Vietnam's seafood industry

( In the first quarter of 2020, the outbreak of Covid-19 broke out strongly around the world, especially the countries that are importing a lot of Vietnamese seafood, resulting in a 10% decrease in seafood export results of the whole country compared to The same period of 2019 reached US $ 1.62 billion. However, the Covid-19 epidemic is and will be creating new trends for the seafood supply chain, which can be seen as new opportunities and challenges for Vietnam's fisheries sec

Launching seafood consumption movement in the US

( When social restraint measures in states have forced many restaurants and food service operations to temporarily stop operating, the fisheries industry is seriously hurt. Fishermen and agents are seeking new markets to consume their products in addition to asking for help from the Government.

Exports received many good signals when China reopened, seafood enterprises still have to fight every day amidst the COVID-19 extreme.

Now the problem is that major markets like Europe, South America and Asia are cutting indefinitely. "The crisis hypothesis is still going on for a long time, worse than the hypothesis that could happen, so how seafood businesses face and the solution to the crisis is the main story in the current context. now, "said the insider.