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Fisheries Law (Revised) stipulates 14 acts that are considered illegal fishing
The revised Fisheries Law was passed by the National Assembly on November 21, 2017, including two chapters on fishing and fishing vessel management. Section 4 in Chapter IV of the Law containing two articles 60 and 61 on illegal fishing, details 14 a...
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Enabling sustainable development in Vietnam’s pangasius industry
The project - ESTABLISHING A SUSTAINABLE PANGASIUS SUPPLY CHAIN IN VIETNAM (SUPA) - supported 225 pangasius producers, processors, and farms to obtain resource efficiency and sustainable certification which strengthened exports and reduced CO2 emissi...
Fisheries Law (amended): Vietnam's commitments on IUU have been incorporated into the law
The Fisheries Law (amended) has been passed by National Assembly delegates at the 4th session of the XIV National Assembly. The amended Fisheries Law has new points to facilitate the development of the island marine economy, raise awareness and respo...
Vietnam cephalopod exports to Japan went on the rise
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) Keeping the good growth from the beginning of the year, Vietnam’s cephalopod exports to Japan in the first 8 months of 2017 reached US$94 million, up 43% over the same period in 2016. The market ranked the second in top cephalo...
Agro-forestry-fishery exports hit 33 billion USD
period, representing a rise of 13.8 percent over the same period last year, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Vietnam's export turnover of agro-forestry-aquatic products reached 33.14 billion USD during the January-November...
Ca Mau targets 1.2 billion USD from exports
The southernmost province of Ca Mau aims to earn 1.2 billion USD from exports in 2018, up 100 million USD against 2017.
Rise in Vietnam tuna sales to EU
(seafood.vasep.com.vn) In August 2017, Vietnam's tuna exports to the EU continued to grow well. The export value in the month was US$12 million, up 52% over the same period last year. The figure in the first 8 months of the year estimated at US$81 mi...
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List of enterprises joining in the program “marine product enterprises commit to combating IUU fishing”
List of enterprises joining in the program “marine product enterprises commit to combating IUU fishing”
List of enterprises joining in the program “marine product enterprises commit to combating IUU fishing”
PRESS STATEMENT: Vietnamese fisheries enterprises are committed to combating IUU fishing
PRESS STATEMENT: Vietnamese fisheries enterprises are committed to combating IUU fishing
PRESS STATEMENT: Vietnamese fisheries enterprises are committed to combating IUU fishing
U.S. Department of Commerce Issues An Unfair Preliminary Determination in Fish Fillets Antidumping Case
U.S. Department of Commerce Issues An Unfair Preliminary Determination in Fish Fillets Antidumping Case
U.S. Department of Commerce Issues An Unfair Preliminary Determination in Fish Fillets Antidumping Case
VIETNAM FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 2017
VIETNAM FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 2017
VIETNAM FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 2017
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The Mekong Delta in Vietnam provides 90% of the world’s pangasius. In conjunction with an increasing global demand for pangasius products in the last decade, importing countries have been raising concerns about the safety of pangasius coming from Vietnam and the social and environmental impact of the industry. To address consumers’ concerns and difficulties in accessing foreign markets, a dedicated SWITCH-Asia project was launched in 2013, called “SUPA”. In these past four years, the project has been working with stakeholders along the whole pangasius supply chain to enhance the sustainability of this sector. SUPA intervened in the pre-production, production, processing, market and policy areas of the pangasius sector, contributing to an increased presence of safer Vietnamese pangasius in European markets.
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