( On the afternoon of March 14, British University Vietnam (BUV) and the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Academic Cooperation.

( Vietnam's shrimp exports in the first two months of this year grew well in all major markets such as the US, EU, Japan, Korea, China, UK... In the Russian market, exports decreased due to disruption resulting from the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

( In the first two months of 2022, Vietnam seafood exports to China & Hong Kong nearly doubled over the same period last year, reaching 170 million USD. In which, pangasius was the most breakthrough, increased by 240%, crabs increased by 198%, cephalopod increased by 146%.

( According to Customs statistics, Vietnam's seafood exports to the UK market reached nearly $44 million during the first 2 months of 2022, increasing by 37% on the corresponding period in 2021. Shrimp products exports experienced a growth of 55%, solely accounted for 76% with 33.5 million USD. In particular, the exports of black tiger shrimp to the UK market rose dramatically, 6 times higher than the same period in 2021.

( Ms. Nguyen Ngo Vi Tam has been with Vinh Hoan Corp. since 2003, experienced many positions from sales officer, sales manager to deputy general director before being appointed general director in 2016.

( Following a spectacular breakthrough in the last months of 2021, Vietnam's seafood exports have recorded outstanding growth since the first months of 2022. Enterprises have quickly seized market opportunities and promoted the export of strong aquatic goods. Thanks to the acceleration at the beginning of the year, Vietnam's seafood exports are likely to bring in over $9.5 billion in 2022.

( According to Tra Vinh Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, 217 out of 260 offshore fishing vessels in the province (accounting for 83,46%) have been fitted with vessel monitoring system (VMS) to facilitate the management and protection of fishermen and sovereignty at national sea.

( China is still a large importing market for Vietnamese seafood, but the recovery forecasts for 2022 are not enough to make a statement of growth with certainty.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), the Russia-Ukraine tension causes Vietnam’s agricultural trade with Russia and Ukraine to be significantly reduced.

( Vietnam's seafood export has had an impressive year with an increase of 6% compared to 2020, reaching nearly 9 billion USD. In which, the shrimp industry accounted for nearly 45% and the pangasius industry accounted for 18%, reaching $3.9 billion and $1.6 billion respectively. Regarding the general business activities, enterprises in the industry can be divided into two prominent directions: one is to reverse the current to recover strongly; the second is continuing the downward trend due to the inability to control rising costs.

(seafood. In January, 2022, Viet Nam's seafood exports brought in $872 million, recording a record-high revenue in the first month of the years. The 44% growth signaled a prosperous year for the seafood industry.

This is one of the goals set in the new strategy on agricultural and rural development in the period 2021 – 2030, vision 2050, approved by Decision 150/QĐ-TTg on 28th January.

( Around 15 Vietnam’s leading fishery suppliers will be attending the Seafood Expo North America from the 13th to 15th of March, 2022 after two years of cancellation by the Pandemic.

( After the 9-day Lunar New Year holiday, many manufacturing enterprises in Vietnam have resumed business almost 100%. Saigon Saigon Aquatic product trading Joint Stock Company (APT CO) said, on the morning of February 8, the first container of red tilapia was exported to the Korean market. Besides, the company received orders from customers in the markets of Australia, UK, Netherlands, Japan...

( In 2021, Vietnam exported seafood to nearly 170 markets. Only a few markets saw a decrease in seafood imports from Vietnam such as Japan, which decreased by nearly 7%, and China by 18%. Exports to other markets all grew positively such as the US increased by 27%, to the EU increased by 12%, South Korea increased by 5%, Australia increased by 16%, Russia increased by 21%. Exports to many other markets had a breakthrough growth such as Mexico up 49%, the Philippines up 66%, Israel up 41%, Brazil up 47%, Colombia up 73%...