Việt Nam’s seafood product export value reached US$3.24 billion in the first five months of 2021. Photo thuysanvietnam.vn HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam saw a year on year increase of 30.3 per cent in agro, forestry and seafood product exports to US$22.83 billion in the first five months of 2021, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD). Of which, the group of major farm produce earned $7.78 billion, up 13 per cent. Meanwhile, major forestry and seafood products brought home $7.06 billion and $3.24 billion, up 61.8 per cent and 12 per cent, respectively. The livestock industry recorded a 43.9 per cent-growth, earning $166 million. In the reviewed period, many products and groups of commodities witnessed increases in export values, including rubber, tea, rice, vegetables, pepper, cashew nuts, cassava and products from cassava, livestock products, tra fish, shrimp, wood, rattan, bamboo and cinnamon. Especially, although the pepper export volume decreased by 15.6 per cent, thanks to an increase in its average export price, the pepper export value still surged by 25.2 per cent to $387 million. Other goods gained increase in export value mainly due to higher export volume such as livestock products, pangasius, shrimp, wood, rattan, bamboo and sedge mats…. Read full this story
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