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In the middle of June, the representative of Walmart Group - one of the world's leading retailer "empires"  paid a visit to the farm of N.G Vietnam Seafood, which is the pioneer in the field of high technology-based white shrimp farming. Walmart Group's Representative visited and worked...

Since the early days of establishment, N.G Vietnam Seafood Company has emerged as a pioneer in vannamei farming in Vietnam. Not only does the company always learn and apply the successful farming models in the world such as CP Group - one of the largest...

+ Ongoing Projects: 14ha Project in Ngoc Hien District, Ca Mau Province: - Current yearly production: 530 tons. - Revenue in 2016: 85 billion VND (3.74 million USD) - Number of employees: 50 people. 70ha Project in Ngoc Hien District, Ca Mau Province: - Total investment: 188...

According to Ca Mau Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, by 2020 Ca Mau targets its shrimp farming area at 15,000 hectares (an average increase of 1,000 hectares per year). Currently, Ca Mau province is focusing on developing application high-tech, biosecurity, environmentally friendly to shrimp...

The Vietnam government has announced plans to invest heavily in perfecting the country’s intensive shrimp farming operations and expand production significantly over the next few years. Earlier this month, the Government announced plans to expand farm raised shrimp exports more than three-fold from the current harvest...

The value of Vietnam’s seafood exports is expected to increase by 5 percent this year to around USD 7.5 billion (EUR 7 billion) despite having to overcome many potential hurdles, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters (VASEP). Speaking at a review meeting...

In 2016, due to unpredictable developments of the climate, aquaculture activities were seriously affected, resulting in material shortages. In the international market, importers raised technical barriers, posing many challenges to Viet Nam fisheries sector in 2017 whose goal is to remain the stable growth rates. Material...