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  • VIETNAM - WORLD’S TOP EMERGING ECONOMY: EXPERTS

    VIETNAM - WORLD’S TOP EMERGING ECONOMY: EXPERTS

    Embracing free trade policies, reducing overregulation and costs of doing business, and investing in human capital and infrastructure are three ingredients that help Vietnam become a top emerging economy in less than three decades, said a writing posted on the US hakernoon.com. >>
  • SLIGHT GROWTH IN VIETNAM SHRIMP EXPORTS

    SLIGHT GROWTH IN VIETNAM SHRIMP EXPORTS

    After a slight decrease of 5% in QII/2018, Vietnam’s shrimp exports in the first month of QIII decreased by 20.3% to see US$294.5 million. The figure in the first 7 months of this year estimated at US$1.9 billion, a slight rise of 0.2% over the same period last year. >>
  • VIETNAM’S PANGASIUS EXPORTS TO THE EU REBOUNDED

    VIETNAM’S PANGASIUS EXPORTS TO THE EU REBOUNDED

    In the first seven months of 2018, Vietnam’s pangasius exports totaled US$1.198 billion, up 19.3% over the same period last year. In particular, the export value to the three largest markets including China - Hong Kong, the U.S and the EU posted the positive growth. >>
  • AGRO-FORESTRY-FISHERY EXPORTS RISE 9.3 PERCENT IN NINE MONTHS

    AGRO-FORESTRY-FISHERY EXPORTS RISE 9.3 PERCENT IN NINE MONTHS

    Vietnam earned about 29.54 billion USD from agro-forestry-fishery exports between January and September, up 9.3 percent from the same period of 2017 and equivalent to 73 percent of this year’s target. >>
  • VIETNAM SHOULD BOOST DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION OF AQUATIC PRODUCTS: OFFICIAL

    VIETNAM SHOULD BOOST DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION OF AQUATIC PRODUCTS: OFFICIAL

    Businesses should pay more attention to bolster consumption of aquatic products in the domestic market as it holds great potential, said Nguyen Quoc Toan, acting head of the Agro Processing and Market Development Authority, on October 8. >>
  • UP IN VIETNAM CEPHALOPOD SHIPMENTS TO EU

    UP IN VIETNAM CEPHALOPOD SHIPMENTS TO EU

    After a slow growth in June, Vietnam's cephalopod sales in July fell by 15% compared with July 2017, reaching US$54 million. Exports to most major markets such as South Korea, Japan, the EU and ASEAN decreased compared with the same period last year. >>
  • MARKET DEVELOPMENT FOR PANGASIUS UNDER PERSPECTIVE OF TRADE WAR

    MARKET DEVELOPMENT FOR PANGASIUS UNDER PERSPECTIVE OF TRADE WAR

    This is the presentation of Dr. Paul Steinar Valle from Kontani, Norway in the Conference “Pangasius development in trade war” in the framework of Vietfish 2018. Trade – a fair business …? >>
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