TTCT – Không ít quan chức khẳng định Việt Nam đã trở thành cường quốc xuất khẩu nông sản thứ 15 thế giới. Nhưng mọi chuyện có phải như vậy?
|A man is carrying a tuna to Tam Quan Fishing Port in Hoài Nhơn District, central province of Bình Định. — VNA/VNS Photo Quang Quyết|
Minister and Chairman of the Government Office, Mai Tiến Dũng, who is also head of the Prime Minister’s working group, made the statement on Monday at a meeting with ministries to address issues in agricultural production and trade. Tiếp tục đọc “Practical reforms required for better agriculture: Gov’t”
Update: March, 19/2019 – 08:47
|The exhibition booth of a Vietnamese enterprise attracts the attention of potential foreign partners. — VNA/VNS Photo Hải Vân|
Viet Nam NewsHÀ NỘI — As many as 15 major Vietnamese seafood enterprises are attending the 2019 Seafood Expo North America, formerly known as the Boston Seafood Show, in the United States.
As the biggest trade promotion event in North America, the expo has the participation of distributors, retailers, catering services and processing and shipbuilding companies.
Products displayed at the fair include frozen, fresh and processed seafood as well as modern processing equipment. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnamese firms attend Seafood Expo North America”
Hoàng Thiên Nga
TP – Trong khi vải thiều ở các tỉnh phía Bắc còn xanh non, thì hàng trăm vườn vải thiều trên các tỉnh Tây Nguyên đã vào mùa thu hoạch. Hơn nửa tháng qua, ngày nào cũng có những chuyến xe chở năm, bảy chục tấn vải thiều từ Tây Nguyên xuống đồng bằng. Một số vườn vải chất lượng cao ở Đắk Lắk đã bắt đầu được doanh nghiệp lựa chọn kiểm định để chào hàng xuất khẩu.
The U.S. Department of Commerce (USDOC) has slapped record high anti-dumping duties on catfish imports from Vietnamese companies, raising concerns that the Southeast Asian market will eventually fail to continue selling to this important market.
The steep tax rates were announced as the final ruling of the investigation by the USDOC into Vietnamese catfish imports, believed to affect local manufacturers in the U.S. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s catfish on verge of losing US market over steep anti-dumping duties”
Accelerating agricultural restructuring towards large-scale and high-tech production became critical for the sector involving 70 per cent of the country’s population but contributing just below 20 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).
Avocado fruits were packaged for export. Viet Nam is seeking measures to promote exports of agricultural products.
At a recent working session with the Prime Minister’s economic consultants team, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong said the agricultural sector was facing growing competition and technical barriers.
Cuong said the restructuring process helped improve the production capacity significantly with many products now in surplus. Tiếp tục đọc “VN seeks to accelerate agricultural restructuring”
Vietnam’s shrimp exports are estimated at US$3.5 billion in the 11 months leading up to December with the EU, Japan and China as the three biggest importers.
Exports to China obtained an impressive growth of 60.5% with an estimated value of US$629.26 million, accounting for 18.1% of Vietnam’s total shrimp export value. Meanwhile China’s shrimp imports are on a strong upward trend to meet rising consumer demands for year-end festivals, especially the Lunar New Year. Tiếp tục đọc “China to become second largest importer of Vietnam shrimp”
Hung Vuong Seafood Company, called the ‘catfish King’, has announced the decision to divest from An Lac Real Estate and dissolve the company. Hung Vuong holds a 76 percent stake in the real estate firm with charter capital of VND300 billion.
Hung Vuong will liquidate four land plots with total area of 20,000 square meters. Tiếp tục đọc “Two seafood “kings” see profits fall as business problems mount”
VietNamNet Bridge – The US has more than 10 times imposed anti-dumping duties on Vietnam’s catfish exports. If it continues installing new barriers, Vietnam may need to find new markets for the exports, experts say.
According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), the catfish export turnover to the US in August 2017 was $18.44 million, a sharp fall of 58.5 percent compared with July and 55 percent compared with the same period last year.
The decline has been anticipated. In mid-September, the US DOC announced the preliminary decision on imposing anti-dumping duties on frozen fillet catfish after the POR 13, from August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam mulls ways of dealing with strict US anti-dumping duties”
NN 05/10/2017, 08:24 (GMT+7) Việc xuất khẩu được trái cây vú sữa sang thị thường lớn như Mỹ là kết quả của quá trình sau gần 10 năm kể từ khi Việt Nam gửi hồ sơ đăng ký xuất khẩu sang Mỹ.
Local newspapers all reported about the export, commenting that the acceptance by Japan, one of the choosiest markets, shows the competitiveness of Vietnam’s livestock products in the world market.
The newspapers quoted high-ranking officials as saying that the exports will pave the way for Vietnam’s other livestock products to enter Japan and other choosy markets. Tiếp tục đọc “What’s behind chicken exports to Japan?”
VietNamNet Bridge – Vinafood 1 and Vinafood 2 want to be exclusive bidders for government-to-government (G2G) rice export contracts, but analysts warn of the dangers of a monopoly.
The Vietnam Food Association (VFA) chair has told rice exporters that they must not sign export contracts with some G2G markets between June 6, 2017 and the day Vinafood 1 and Vinafood 2 end transactions and complete contracts. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam still fumbling for policy to control rice exports”
In late June, Luc Ngan litchis were on sale at Tops and Central Food Hall, the food retail chain owned by Central Group, in Bangkok.
Also in the month, Lotte Mart exported consignments of food products, washing liquid and kitchenware from the Choice L brand, worth VND1 billion, to Myanmar. Tiếp tục đọc “Foreign chains a launchpad for Vietnam goods to reach world market”
SOC TRANG, Vietnam: With a flashy gold watch and a chunky matching ring, Tang Van Cuol looks a far cry from the average Vietnamese farmer as he slings back a shot of rice wine and boasts about his projected earnings.
After years scratching a living growing rice and onions or farming ducks, the 54-year-old says his life was transformed in 2000 – by shrimp.
The Mekong Delta, long renowned as the “rice bowl of Vietnam”, is now also home to a multi-billion-dollar shrimp industry and burgeoning numbers of farmers are building fortunes from the small crustaceans. Tiếp tục đọc “Rice to riches: Vietnam’s shrimp farmers fish for fortunes”
Nông dân, đại lý, doanh nghiệp, ai cũng cho rằng làm cho thương hiệu hạt điều Bình Phước giảm uy tín là do tất cả mọi người, “ngoại trừ mình tôi”.
Trong ảnh là phơi hạt điều của một đại lý ở xã Thuận Phú, huyện Đồng Phú
BP – Trong các vai khác nhau, chúng tôi tiếp cận với nhiều doanh nghiệp, cơ sở chế biến hạt điều trên địa bàn thị xã Phước Long và 2 huyện Bù Gia Mập, Bù Đăng. Những bí mật trong nghề, những chiêu trò của doanh nghiệp, cơ sở thu mua đã hé mở… Và cả những cơn sóng ngầm có thể làm sụp đổ ngành điều không phải là vấn đề xa lạ với chính người trong cuộc. Tiếp tục đọc “Thế giới ngầm và sự sống còn của ngành điều Bình Phước – 3 bài”