Processing Tra fish for export (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam has become one of the three largest white-fleshed fish suppliers for Brazil, with the export value of Tra fish to the market reaching 104.7 million USD in 2017, up 54 percent against 2016. According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), Brazil – which has annually imported more than 1 billion USD in the value of aquatic products since 2012, is now one of the largest markets of Vietnam's Tra fish . This is a potential market in South America for Vietnam's aquatic products, especially Tra fish, the association said. Statistics from the International Trade Centre showed Brazil ranked 21st globally in importing aquatic products in 2016. Vietnam's exports of aquatic products to Brazil have risen over the past few years but its market share remains limited. The situation is attributable to the fact that Vietnam ese exporters are meeting difficulties in selling their aquatic products in Vietnam's traditional markets such as the US and EU. In the first months of 2018, Brazil was still one of the most important markets of Vietnam's Tra fish. However, processors and exporters said their exports of aquatic products to… Read full this story
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