Vietnam News Today (July 19): Hanoi Tightens Covid Restrictions, Bans Public Gatherings Over 5 People

Vietnam News Today (July 19): Hanoi Tightens Covid Restrictions, Bans Public Gatherings Over 5 People

Vietnam News Today (July 19): National Covid-19 count crosses 51,000 after 2,472 new cases recorded; Hanoi tightens Covid restrictions, bans public gatherings over 5 people; Flights to southern provinces curtailed as Covid-19 spreads and Local shrimp exports likely to reach US$4.2 billion this year.
Vietnam’s shrimp exports expected to increase by more than 12% in 2020

Vietnam’s shrimp exports expected to increase by more than 12% in 2020

According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), as of November, Vietnam's shrimp exports reached 3.4 billion USD, an 11.3% year-on-year increase. Shrimp exports are expected to record a vigorous increase of 12.4% to US$3.78 billion this year.
Vietnam remains the leading shrimp exporter to Canada

Vietnam remains the leading shrimp exporter to Canada

Vietnam has retained its position as the leading shrimp exporter to Canada, accounting for 34% of the latter’s total shrimp import value, according to data released by the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Vietnam surpasses Thailand to become the largest shrimp supplier to Canada

Vietnam surpasses Thailand to become the largest shrimp supplier to Canada

Vietnam's shrimp exports to Canada in eight months increased by nearly 27% over the same period last year, while Thailand’s to Canada has increasingly decreased.
Vietnam shrimp exports head to increase in May amid Covid-19 pandemic

Vietnam shrimp exports head to increase in May amid Covid-19 pandemic

Vietnam shrimp exports in April experienced an increase of 5.8% to US$244.2 million, boosting the total export turnover during the opening four months of the year by 2.9% on-year to US$872.8 million, while shrimp exports are expected to continue their growth into May, according to Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers.
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