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HANOI: Vietnamese seafood exports to China are expected to boom after China opens its borders and lifts all isolation measures to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic this month.
China on Sunday opened its borders and completely lifted measures to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic.
This decision is China’s final step in cancelling the zero-Covid policy that the country had applied for the past three years. The opening of the market of 1.4 billion people is expected to have a positive impact on Vietnam’s seafood exports.
Le Ba Anh, deputy director of the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry’s Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Control Department, said the ministry had signed an agreement with China on co-operation in food safety control with aquatic products since 2004.
The two sides maintain registration of seafood export enterprises. Currently, China recognises 802 Vietnamese seafood enterprises exporting to China, while Vietnam also recognised 780 Chinese enterprises exporting seafood to Vietnam.
Despite difficulties in exporting seafood, Vietnamese seafood exports to the Chinese market in 2022 still increased strongly, with export turnover doubling.
According to Anh, China’s implementation of the zero-Covid policy caused difficulties for Vietnamese seafood exports to this market, especially high-value items such as live crabs, lobsters, vannamei and black tiger shrimp.
So, when China opens the market, it will create favourable conditions for the items to increase sharply. Besides, when China opens, the demand for high-value seafood products will increase. — Viet Nam News/ANN