AQUACULTURE DIRECTORY 09/07/13 Diseases ravage shrimp farms in several provinces. The Department of Animal Health under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on July 7 said that outbreak of diseases in six provinces and cities across the country have been mainly in shrimp farms with brackish water.
The affected areas are the central provinces of Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Ninh Thuan; the Mekong Delta provinces of Tien Giang and Ca Mau; and Ho Chi Minh City. Of these, Ca Mau suffers the worst. About 1,843 hectares have been damaged due to white spot disease and 2,797 hectares have been damaged due to Acute Hepatopancreatic Necrosis Syndrome. The Animal Health Department has proposed to localities to speed up measures to cope with diseases and their spreading. Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has instructed the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to provide farmers with 95 tons of chlorine to disinfect shrimp farms. By staff writers – Translated by Hai Mien. FISHCONSULTGROUP via YOUTUBE 16/05/13 Hygiene and safety of farmed shrimp in Vietnam - in Vietnamese. Aquaculture Volume 447, 1 October 2015, Mangrove–shrimp farms in Vietnam—Comparing organic and conventional systems using life cycle assessment.
LE COURRIER_VN 23/06/14 Le Vietnam, premier fournisseur de crevettes au Japon. TSR 10/09/13 A BON ENTENDEUR - A la découverte des éleveurs de crevettes du Mékong. SEAFOOD_VASEP_COM_VN - Shrimp - News - Statistics. Good growth in Vietnam shrimp sales to Netherlands (seafood.vasep.com.vn) In 2015, the Netherlands stayed as the 3rd largest importer of Vietnam shrimp in the EU bloc.
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UNDERCURRENTNEWS 09/07/13 Vietnam government working to combat shrimp disease. The prime minister of Vietnam, Nguyen Tan Dung, has ordered 95 metric tons of chlorine to be delivered to farmers, reported Aquaculture Directory.
This comes as the Vietnamese department of animal health, under the ministry of agriculture and rural development, has counted 2,000 hectares damaged by shrimp disease in the first six months of the year. Prolonged hot weather and unseasonal rain are thought to have contributed to the spread of disease. The animal health department announced on July 7 the outbreak of diseases in six provinces and cities across the country had been mainly in shrimp farms with brackish water. It encouraged local authorities to speed up the implementation of anti-disease measures.
The affected areas are the central provinces of Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Ninh Thuan; the Mekong Delta provinces of Tien Giang and Ca Mau; and Ho Chi Minh City. It has seen 1,843 affected by white spot disease, and 2,797 damaged through acute hepatopancreatic necrosis syndrome. UNIVERSITY OF TROMSØ - MAI 2006 - BIOECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE SHRIMP TRAWL FISHERY IN THE TONKIN GULF, VIETNAM.
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VOICE OF VIETNAM 19/04/13 Mexico stops Vietnamese shrimp import - early mortality syndrome (EMS) (VOV) - Mexico has decided to stop importing shrimps in all forms from China, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The government made the decision following the outbreak of the early mortality syndrome (EMS) in order to protect domestic shrimp farming, the Mexican Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (Sagarpa) said on April 18. Sagarpa asked the national food hygiene and safety administration to keep a tight grip on the import of shrimps from other countries free from EMS. It insisted that the domestic shrimp farming industry is able to meet the local consumer demand without increasing imports from other countries. Mexico has nearly 1,400 shrimp farms covering a total area of more than 71,000ha. Last year, it harvested nearly 100,000 tonnes, mostly for domestic use.
ASIA NEWS 04/01/13 Vietnam shrimp exports fall into muddy waters. Business Desk Viet Nam News Publication Date : 04-01-2013 Shrimp exports could top US$2.4 billion in 2013 if the problems of last year, like diseases and raw-material shortage are overcome, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep) said.
Truong Dinh Hoe, Vasep general secretary, said shrimp exports were worth around $2.25 billion last year, a year-on-year decrease of 6.3 per cent. It was the first time the sector had failed to meet the export target which had been set at $2.4 billion, he said. The industry had faced many challenges in both the local and foreign markets, he said. A slowdown in demand in traditional markets had caused a sharp fall in shipments to the EU, the US, Asean, and Canada, he explained. Besides, Japan, the largest market for Vietnam's shrimp, had reduced the maximum permissible limit of Ethoxyquin residues to 0.01ppm, severely hitting Vietnamese firms' exports, he said. UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE 19/05/04 NOUVELLE RECHERCHE-ACTION SUR LA QUALITE DES CREVETTES AU VIETNAM.
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PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-0763/03 Résidus de nitrofurane dans des crevettes et de la volaille importées. Le 17 décembre 2002, la Commission a fait une déclaration concernant la présence de nitrofuranes et d'autres substances prohibées dans de la volaille et des crevettes importées de pays tiers.
Étant donné que plusieurs des questions soulevées étaient restées sans réponse, la Commission fit une deuxième déclaration sur le même sujet lors de la réunion du 19 février 2003 de la commission de l'environnement. VNA 22/05/13 Crevettes : le Japon met fin aux tests sur le trifluralin. Le Japon a mis fin à ses tests de détection du trifluralin, un herbicide d'emploi courant dans le monde, sur l'ensemble des lots de crevettes importées du Vietnam, a annoncé l'Association de la transformation et de l'exportation des produits aquatiques du Vietnam.
>>Crevettes : le Vietnam ne pratique pas de dumping >>De la gestion des exportations vietnamiennes au Japon Après le début de tels tests le 21 octobre 2010, le ministère vietnamien de l'Agriculture et du Développement rural a promulgué une circulaire prohibant l'emploi dans l'agriculture vietnamienne de 44 produits contenant du trifluralin en vue de regagner la confiance du Japon. XINHUA 22/05/13 Japan ends Trifluralin tests on Vietnam's shrimp.