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‘Buy American’ provision survives in US Farm Bill, big win for Alaskan pollock (12/12/2018 - Nguyễn Thi Thanh Dung)

Alaskan pollock harvesters and processors have scored a major victory over their Russian competitors in the waning moments of the 115th US Congress, promising to end their dominance in US school meals.

VASEP: VN Pangasius producers should plan to face China farming (11/12/2018 - Nguyễn Thi Thanh Dung)

Việt Nam’s tra fish producers and exporters should consider their future as Chinese enterprises move into the market.

EU falls behind ASEAN region in pangasius imports (02/04/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

The EU has fallen behind the ASEAN region when it comes to value of Vietnamese pangasius imports in 2018, according to data from the Vietnamese Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors (Vasep).

Pangasius raw material prices reach highest-ever levels (02/04/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

Predictions of firm Vietnamese pangasius pricing until early 2019 still seem to ring true in March 2018, with ex-farm prices surpassing historically high levels.

McCain, Shaheen ask USTR to support stripping USDA of catfish authority (23/03/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

US senator John McCain is still leading the fight to move catfish inspections out of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and back to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), even as he battles a brain tumor.

Vinh Hoan pangasius goes into Middle East’s first discount retailer (22/03/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

Pangasius from Vietnam’s Vinh Hoan Corporation is on sale in VIVA, a new discount retailer in the Middle East based in the model of Aldi and Lidl.

Young’s launches pollock Gastro products as whitefish prices rise (15/03/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

UK processor Young’s Seafood has added two products to its Gastro range using Alaska pollock raw material, becoming the latest company to use the fish in new product development.

Trident: Demand for pollock fillets will be 40,000t over supply this year (15/03/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

BERGEN, Norway -- The demand for Alaska pollock fillets and blocks in 2018 will be 550,000 metric tons, while supply will be 510,000t, according to Torunn Halhjem, a senior executive with Trident Seafoods.
Although the US pollock quota is being reduced in 2018 and Russia is also cutting its total allowable catch, it’s demand that is driving the gap and not reduced supply, she said, during the whitefish conference at the North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF) in Bergen, Norway.

HOMEMARKETPLACEPRICESSPECIESCOMPANIESDOWNSTREAMUPSTREAMBLOGSJOBSREPORTSNEWSLETTERS PRICESCOMPANIESNORTH AMERICA Alaska asks for disaster funds for Pacific cod quota cut (15/03/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

Alaska's governor and lieutenant governor have asked the US federal government to declare the decline in the Gulf of Alaska's Pacific cod stocks a federal disaster, radio station KTOO reported.

US SIMP for shrimp, catfish advocates to lose champion in Cochran (12/03/2018 - Nguyễn Trí Tín)

The US lawmaker who is one of the biggest forces behind an effort to make imported shrimp comply with new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recordkeeping rules for imports is calling it quits. 

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MEETING OF VINAPA MEMBERS YEAR 2017 Topic:” IMPACT OF WORLD ECONOMIC ON VIETNAM SEAFOOD INDUSTRY” and REWARD THE MEMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (04/04/2017 - Quách Trúc)

 
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March 28, 2017 According to Vietnam Pangasius Association (VINAPA) customary activities Meeting of Vinapa Members is held regularly in order to update the information of and exchange the issues araising the industry. The meeting discussed topic about “The Impacts of World Economic on Vietnam Seafood Industry” and was a simultaneously ceremony to reward the members according to their sustainable development.The event attracted 300 guests including businesses, government agencies, local seafood association, the media and press in the seafood industry.