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Viet Nam's Fish Imports Down, India Main Supplier

11 September 2013

VIET NAM - Fish imports have been down in Viet Nam during the first half of 2013 in comparison to last year.

For the first half of 2013, Viet Nam imported $348,786,626 worth of fish products, down 11.5 per cent, according to figures from VASEP.

The majority of fish came from India at a value of $49,339,391, accounting for around 14.2 per cent, with the main products being shrimp.

A good demand for tuna made Taiwan the second most popular country for Viet Nam. Imports from Taiwan accounted for 11.4 per cent and had a value of $39,718,440.

The US ranked fifth on Viet Nam's import list with a value of $17,575,912. The UK came in 15th at $5,697,410.


Lucy Towers

Lucy Towers
News Team - Editor

After graduating from The University of Sheffield, Lucy joined 5M in 2011 as part of the News Desk team. In 2012, she was promoted to editor of TheFishSite. With previous farming experience and a love for the great outdoors, Lucy has a passion for wildlife and the environment.

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