Chile salmon sales strongly raised in Vietnam

The Chilean Export Promotion Bureau (ProChile) said the country considered Viet Nam as a promising market for Chilean seafood, especially salmon.
According to ProChile, this nation is more and more being potential because of the tendency of Western food consumption habits of local people and a large number of foreigners living here. Read more of this post
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Circular No.21: Strengthening the management of temporary import for re-export frozen food

On 20th May 2011, Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Trade issued Circular No.21/2011/TT-BCT regulating the management of business activities of temporary import for re-export of frozen food.
Frozen seafood is also included in the list of frozen food items under the Decision No. 107/2007/QĐ-BTC dated 2007, December 25th of Ministry of Finance. The Circular does not cover cattle and poultry viscera. Read more of this post

EU wants to import more tra fish

Businesses at the European Seafood Exposition in Belgium have affirmed that they will import more tra fish from Vietnam in summer, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors (VASEP).

In addition, the US and Brazil will continue to import Vietnamese tra fish. Read more of this post

Strategy to expand e-customs procedures aims for efficiency

The Customs General Department wants its e-customs service used by 80 per cent of enterprises and 90 per cent of import-export turnover by 2020.

It also wants e-customs used by all provincial and district departments by the same year.
This was part of the Customs Development Strategy approved on March 25 by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.
“The strategy aims at establishing a modern customs service with sufficient and transparent mechanisms and policies,” deputy general director Vu Ngoc Anh told a press conference on March 30. Read more of this post

Vietnamese animal feed imports face huge losses if Indian feed rejected

Vietnamese animal feed importers face huge losses if they are forced to return almost 100,000 tonnes of maize and soybean to India because of termites.

The feed arrived from India in early January and the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Plant Protection Department has asked importers to return the goods rather than allowing it to be fumigated as usual. Read more of this post

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