Vinh Long province plans to promote shipment of high-quality rice. (Photo: VNA) Vinh Long (VNA) – The Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long is striving to boost sustainable export growth during 2021-2025. The province has set the target to reel in 870 million USD from exports by 2025, with key export markets including ASEAN, Japan, China, China's Taiwan, Russia, East European countries, Africa, the EU and the US. According to Director of the provincial Department of Industry and Trade Nguyen Trung Kien, seeing rice as a key export, Vinh Long plans to ship average 100,000-200,000 tonnes of high-quality rice per year abroad until 2025, and work to increase price of local rice while diversifying rice products to branch out markets. Holding a huge advantage of tra and basa fish farming, the province eyes to sell some 20,000 tonnnes of frozen tra fish to foreign markets by 2025. Kien said Vinh Long is making efforts to gain 35-40 million USD from exports of grape fruits, canned fruits, dried fruits, and vegetables by 2025, adding areas were zoned off for cultivation of vegetables and orchards such as grape fruit, orange, tangerine, longan, and mango, among others. Additionally, the locality targets 530-600 million… Read full this story
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