VASEP Vietnam fisheries Association predicts export Pangasius 2016 could lose about 5% compared to the year 2015.
The past year's total export value reached 1.6 billion Pangasius, down 10% compared to the year 2014. Because 6 of the 8 largest export market of Vietnamese Pangasius are falling in value in the year 2015. In particular, exports to the United States of America decreased 5.6%, to 14.3%, reduced to the ASEAN-EU decreased 4.3% to 39.8%, reduction of Brazil, to 13.2% reduction and reduced Mexico Colombia 13.2%.
While the value of exports increased in some other markets such as the uk increased 17%, China and Hong Kong increased 42%, to Saudi Arabia increased 2.4%.
Blank-dumping tax imposed by the United States of America and the new regulations require the providers in the country and abroad to meet the same standards as the issues related to the industry. In this case, VASEP said preliminary results for the recent administrative review of anti-dumping tax on the export of Pangasius fillet Vietnam (POR-18) had influenced export activities.
President of VASEP said, two exporters of mandatory inspections is charged to tax 0.36 USD and $ 0.84 per kg while 16 other exporters pay 0.6 USD per kg. With this tax ink most of the companies will not have the ability to export to the United States of America. To the Government, the Ministry of agriculture and rural development and the Industry should have the policy to promote the products of domestic and foreign test fish to encourage the consumption of these products, when the present domestic consumption accounted for only 5% of the total energy consumption.