Shrimp export businesses must meet necessary conditions in terms of capital, human resources and environmental protection methods.
The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has made the proposal to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
VASEP said some small-and medium-sized shrimp producers have to halt their production due to unhealthy competition as they still place immediate benefit above quality. It warned them of losing customers or making compensation if they continue buying shrimp with impurities and make trade frauds.
Even worse they will run into serious financial troubles as banks refuse providing more loans for them.
VASEP urged the Government to direct the provincial people’s committees to support the shrimp sector in both planning and developing a sustainable manner.
Earlier, VASEP had proposed listing tra fish into the production chain with essential conditions attached.
Source: VOV News
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