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The US, China, and the EU increase the purchase of seafood from Vietnam

Mỹ, Trung Quốc, EU tăng mua thuỷ sản từ Việt Nam, 1 loài cá còn không có đối thủ, giá bán tăng vọt
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Seafood
Vietnam
Price Trend
Regulation / Agreement
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Apr 28, 2022
From Danviet
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According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), in the first quarter of 2022, the country's seafood export (export) brought in over 2 $0.5 billion, up nearly 46% compared to the first quarter of 2021. In which, shrimp accounted for 38% with nearly 955 million USD, pangasius accounted for 26% with 654 million USD, tuna 259 million USD, accounting for over 10%. Krill, including squid and shellfish, accounted for 7.5% with $189 million.
Seafood exports increase sharply in major markets According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), in the first quarter of 2022, the country's seafood exports brought in over 2.5 billion USD, up nearly 46% compared to the previous quarter. first quarter of 2021. In which, shrimp accounted for 38% with nearly 955 million USD, pangasius accounted for 26% with 654 million USD, tuna 259 million USD, accounting for over 10%. Krill, including squid and shellfish, accounted for 7.5% with $189 million. Other marine fish accounted for 17% with $421 million. In March, seafood exports to Russia fell deeply by 86%, but in return, exports to other markets had a breakthrough growth of 30-88%. In particular, the average price of seafood exports to most markets has increased and this is the main factor helping seafood export turnover in the first three months of this year reach the highest level of the first quarter of the year. In which, the price of pangasius ...
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