Pangasius export at the beginning of the year: A positive sign returned from China - Hong Kong market

( In the first three months of this year, the total export value of pangasius reached US $ 334 million, down 29.3% over the same period last year. During the first quarter of this year, Covid-19 had a significant impact on Vietnam's pangasius exports to many markets. This export picture is brighter when witnessing pangasius export value to two major markets - China - Hong Kong and the US growing quite well. In particular, in March 2020, Pangasius export value to China - Hong Ko

The US: Pangasius fish and white meat fish changed their direction to the retail market when they were relaxed with labeling regulations

( Labeling requirements on products are loosened by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), suppliers of imported tra and white meat fish (previously packaged domestic products). and catering services) is shifting towards the retail market.

Overcoming ‘Covid-19 storm’, maintaining the strength of the fisheries economy

The "Covid-19" storm swept across the globe seriously affecting all areas of social life, especially in the economic field. Aquatic economics is no exception. However, with great potential and with all determination, Binh Thuan will maintain its strong economic position in the future.

Pangasius exports are receiving good signals from some major markets

( As of mid-March 2020, the total export value of Pangasius reached US $ 267.8 million, with no signs of recovery compared to the same period last year. The Covid-19 pandemic is still affecting exports in some market areas around the world. However, in these difficulties, Pangasius export is seeing good signs from some big markets like the US and China.

VASEP proposes to overcome difficulties for fishery enterprises overcoming Covid-19 epidemic

( On 24/3/2020, Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) sent Official Letter No. 33/2020 / CV-VASEP to Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong reported on the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic on Vietnam's seafood production and export activities and making a number of proposals and recommendations to the Ministry to help fishery enterprises remove obstacles and inadequacies to promptly stabilize them. export business activities.