Vietnamese agriculture seeks ways to adapt amid Russia-Ukraine war

Vietnamese agriculture seeks ways to adapt amid Russia-Ukraine war

According to experts, the war between Russia and Ukraine and economic sanctions by some countries against Russia will have a profound impact on the global economy, including Vietnam, especially on the import and export of agricultural, forestry, and aquatic products.
Pangasius exports exceed US$1.62 billion in 2021

Pangasius exports exceed US$1.62 billion in 2021

Pangasius export turnover in 2021 topped US$1.62 billion, up 8.4 percent over the same period last year. It is a spectacular comeback of the pangasius industry in 2021, announced the Directorate of Fisheries under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on February 25.

Agricultural by-products: a wasted gold mine

Agricultural by-products: a wasted gold mine

In developed countries, agricultural by-products are processed into many useful products, including fertilizers, colorants, and aquaculture feeds. However, this resource has not been fully utilized in Vietnam so far.
Imported pork not cause steep drop in live pork prices: MARD

Imported pork not cause steep drop in live pork prices: MARD

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), on October 25, denied the information that domestic live pork prices dropped steeply partly because authorities had allowed importing pork massively into Vietnam.
MARD proposes support to restore livestock production

MARD proposes support to restore livestock production

Amid the situation that pork prices plunged steeply, which possibly causes farmers to abandon pig farming and the food supply to face a shortage at the end of the year, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan had a field trip to localities and offered many solutions.

Ministries seek solutions to lower fertilizer prices

Ministries seek solutions to lower fertilizer prices

Amid the situation that fertilizer prices in the domestic market jumped by 50-72 percent, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) had an online meeting to propose solutions to control prices and fight against hoarding and profiteering, on August 11, in Hanoi.