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Raw pangasius price is on uptrend
Update: (8/20/2012)

The price of raw pangasius are increasing to VND22,000 – 23,000 per kilogram after a month of standing at around VND20,000 per kilogram. Rise in fish price may lead to higher price of pangasius fingerlings that encourages fish hatcheries to produce more fingerlings for commercial fish farming in the first months of 2013.
Philippines: DTI-11 promotes pangasius as food staple
Update: (8/10/2012)

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Davao region has called on stakeholders to actively participate in the promotion of pangasius fish as a family staple.
Policy to help pangasius and shrimp farmers
Update: (8/10/2012)

Vietnam Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has sent the Prime Minister a report on pangasius production and suggested some timely policies to help developing fishery industry.
Tra Exporters Agree to Floor Price
Update: (8/2/2012)

Leading tra fish exporters agreed to levy a minimum price of $2-2.2 per pound on shipments to the US for the remaining months of the year in a move to ensure fair competition and regain value for Vietnamese tra fish, according to the Vietnamese Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors (VASEP)
Policy to help pangasius and shrimp farmers
Update: (8/2/2012)

Vietnam Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has sent the Prime Minister a report on pangasius production and suggested some timely policies to help developing fishery industry.
Vietnam aims for $11 billion in seafood export revenues by 2020
Update: (8/2/2012)

Vietnam targets to have revenues of $11 billion from seafood export by 2020, said the General Department of Fisheries under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
U.S. importers unsure about pangasius supply
Update: (7/26/2012)

It cracked the Top 10 per-capita seafood consumption list a few years ago, marking its rise in popularity, but pangasius is still working on becoming a marquee fish due to its lack of solid name recognition and continuing fallout from its bad press over the fight with domestic catfish
Seafood export target raised amidst hardships
Update: (7/19/2012)

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has revised the seafood export turnover target for 2012 from US$6.5 billion to US$6.8 billion, regardless of financial distress faced by seafood traders, widespread diseases and shrinking export markets.
EU looking to raise tariffs on many seafood imports
Update: (7/9/2012)

It appears that the European commission is considering raising tariffs on many types of seafood imports beginning in 2013
Mekong Delta tra fish exports keep rising
Update: (7/9/2012)

The Mekong Delta has exported an additional 26,000 tonnes of tra fish, raising the total volume of exports since the beginning of the year to 287,000 tonnes, worth 862 million USD.
VND4,400 billion bailout package to “save” pangasius sector
Update: (6/25/2012)

To ease hardship for pangasius farmers and processors, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) is expected to petition the Prime Minister for approval of two stimulus packages of VND4,400 billion for pangasius production and trade.
Climate Change and Fishing in the Pacific
Update: (6/25/2012)

Fifteen countries and territories are meeting in Noumea this week to discuss how climate change will affect Pacific fisheries and how they can ensure fishing and aquaculture will continue contributing to their food security, livelihoods and community development.
FAO bullish on seafood prices, demand for 2012
Update: (6/20/2012)

(IntraFish) FAO fish price index is up 2.8 percent for 2012 so far and is set for further increases as production grows.
GAA to host free BAP standard seminar for Vietnamese exporters in Vietnam at the end of June
Update: (6/20/2012)

The Global Aquaculture Alliance invites representatives of aquaculture producers and processing plants, members of industry associations and government officials to attend a free “BAP Standards for Vietnamese Seafood Enterprises” seminar on June 29 in Can Tho City, Vietnam.
Portion of Floor Statement by Senator John McCain On 2012 Farm Bill and USDA Catfish Program
Update: (6/20/2012)

U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) today delivered the following statement regarding the Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2012, also known as the Farm Bill, on the floor of the U.S. Senate.
Why not US$3.5 per kilogram for pangasius fillet to the EU?
Update: (6/18/2012)

Should Vietnam pangasius exporters stop supply fish to the EU within a month to wait the market to recover? And why not US$3.5 per kilogram for pangasius fillet?
Amendment targets catfish inspection program
Update: (6/13/2012)

U.S. Sens. John McCain of Arizona and John Kerry of Massachusetts on Thursday filed an amendment to the 2012 Farm Bill that would kill a law transferring regulation of catfish from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Vietnamese products promoted in Germany
Update: (6/5/2012)

Currently, there are already several Vietnamese products available at Metro Germany, including fresh and frozen Pangasius (tra or ba sa) fish, tiger prawn, chili sauce, dry foods, outdoor and indoor furniture, ceramic and textile items.
Vietnam seafood export outlook to EU is brighter
Update: (6/5/2012)

In recent time, Vietnam seafood exports to European countries were affected by credit tightening policy in the region, however, after European Seafood Exposition 2012 in Brussels-Belgium, export outlook to the region is brighter.
Vietnam, Russia discuss fishery cooperation
Update: (5/29/2012)

More than 50 Vietnamese and Russian experts discussed cooperation in sea fishing, aquaculture and fish fry species research, and post-harvest technology development at a seminar in the central coastal city of Nha Trang on 23 May.
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