China reopening bodes well for Vietnamese seafood exporters


The reopening of China’s market bodes well for Vietnam’s seafood sector, signaling the resumption of trade. In 2022, China’s Zero Covid policy blocked the entry of all fresh, live seafood, which includes high-value items such as live crabs, lobsters, white shrimp, and black tiger shrimp. Along with...

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Regional Correspondent and Assistant Editor Asian Pork Magazine, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She explores how China is striving to reach 100% demand fulfilled for pork in ‘How should Asia prepare amid China’s pork miracle?’.