Việt Nam’s seafood export turnover in the first seven months of 2019 reached US$4.7 billion, nearly equal to the same period last year. Photo vneconomy.vn HÀ NỘI Việt Nam’s export of aquatic products in July showed positive signs with an increase of 9 per cent year-on-year, particularly with exports of shrimp and other products rising, except for pangasius. As a result, the country’s total seafood export turnover in the first seven months of 2019 reached US$4.7 billion, nearly equal to the same period last year, reported the Việt Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP). Shrimp exports up After continuous declines in the first months of the year, shrimp exports began to recover in July with an increase of 13.4 per cent and reached $334 million. Enterprises boosted sales to all major markets. Exports to the US increased by 37 per cent, China 48 per cent, and Australia 56 per cent. In particular, the average export price to the US decreased by $1.1 per kilo over the same period last year. For China, the Government is tightening trade and increasing food safety control, so cross-border exports are not acceptable. However, official exports by sea tended to increase…. Read full this story
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