This year, Vietnamese fish exports will reach $1.8 billion, China's first

2018-01-02 14:03:17
In November, Vietnamese fish exports reached $16.27 billion, while Vietnam's exports to the country are expected to reach $1.79 billion to $1.8 billion in 2017. Under the impact of Chinese customs and tax reform, the number of imports is growing rapidly.
Vietnam and Pakistan shark is become the main varieties of Chinese market consumption of freshwater fish, but the degree of shark ice over drug overdose and bubble phenomenon is still very serious, the market remains to be further standardize and strengthen the regulation, especially for border trade products related departments should be on each link, in particular, inspection and quarantine of entry on strictly, put an end to management blind Angle, let everybody can import aquatic products of consumption real security.
According to the Vietnam China chamber of commerce, statistics from the general administration of customs showed that in November, the export of balsami was more than $160 million, up from $1.63 billion in November, a 5.3% increase from the same period in 2016.
China, the United States and the European Union are the three largest export markets for the Vietnamese. Specific, the first 11 months of the year, Vietnam, the United States and the European Union to China of shark exports amounted to more than $373 million (an increase of nearly 40%), $320 million fell 9.7% year on year and $180 million (fell 22.1% year on year).
In addition, in the first 11 months of this year, Vietnam's exports to Brazil and Mexico increased significantly, to $93.84 million (up 69.2 percent) and $93.22 million (up 22 percent).