Mekong Delta provinces strive to maintain advantage of shrimp industry

Mekong Delta provinces strive to maintain advantage of shrimp industry

The Mekong Delta is the main shrimp farming and exporting area of the country. Despite facing difficulties due to the Covid-19 pandemic, shrimp processing enterprises still strive to maintain operations to ensure export orders, at the same time, create jobs and stabilize the consumption of raw shrimp.
Mekong Delta posts positive results in shrimp exports

Mekong Delta posts positive results in shrimp exports

Despite being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, with the initiative from the beginning of the year and the efforts of relevant sectors, associations, and business community, seafood exports have seen a breakthrough, with shrimp products posting impressive growth.
Workers process pangasius fish for export at a company in the Mekong Delta. (Photo: SGGP)

Provinces in the Mekong Delta speed up export of seafood

Despite the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, enterprises in the Mekong Delta recently have promoted the processing of high-value seafood products to increase their exports to many markets around the world. Seafood exports are showing signs of recovery and opportunities for enterprises to accelerate to finish their plans in the last months of the year.

 

Processing shrimps for export at Minh Phu Seafood Joint Stock Company. (Photo: SGGP)

Minh Phu appeals against US decision on shrimp anti-dumping duty

Minh Phu Seafood Joint Stock Company said that it would appeal against the decision of the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on the conclusion that frozen shrimp products exported by the company to the US market were subject to duties following the regulations on anti-dumping duty on Indian shrimps.
Processing shrimps for export in Ca Mau Province. (Photo: SGGP)

Shrimp exports decline sharply, inventory at about 20,000 tons

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many large shrimp importers of Ca Mau Province have temporarily halted, reduced, and rescheduled orders, forcing shrimp enterprises in the province to temporarily store goods in large quantities.