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mardi 24 octobre 2017

Commission warns Vietnam over insufficient action to fight illegal fishing

The European Commission is continuing its fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing worldwide by warning Vietnam, with a "yellow card", about the risk of it being identified as a non-cooperating country.

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vendredi 26 mai 2017

Vietnam maintains deepwater fishing ban

Vietnam is maintaining the ban on deep-water fishing in four central provinces one year after a Taiwanese-owned steel plant discharged toxins into the sea and caused the country's worst environmental disaster.

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mardi 18 avril 2017

Anger over Vietnam's poisoned coast

"The big fish are all dead," complained 50 year-old Mai Xuan Hoa, picking small fish from a net as he tried to rebuild his livelihood a year after Vietnam's worst environmental disaster.

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dimanche 26 février 2017

Red v green in Vietnam

The Communist Party’s inability to control pollution is corroding its authority

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samedi 8 octobre 2016

Vietnam court rejects fishermen lawsuits against Taiwan's Formosa

A Vietnamese court has rejected hundreds of lawsuits filed by fishermen who demanded more compensation from a Taiwanese-owned steel plant responsible for a devastating toxic leak, a leading activist said Saturday.

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jeudi 21 avril 2016

Fish die en masse from unknown cause in central Vietnam

Authorities in several central Vietnamese provinces are scratching their heads over the cause behind the mass fish death discovered along the coastline and at local fish farms.

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dimanche 21 février 2016

Vietnam tries to export more workers

Vietnam, which has exported PhDs, specialists and farmers, has begun sending fishermen to the US.

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dimanche 3 janvier 2016

Chinese vessel sinks Vietnamese fishing boat in Vietnam’s waters

Vietnamese authorities have concluded that a Chinese vessel rammed and sank a local fishing boat in Vietnam’s waters this week after hearing reports from the fishers aboard.

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jeudi 3 décembre 2015

Vietnam condemns shooting death of fisherman in East Sea

Vietnam has protested the shooting death of a fisherman by unidentified attackers off Truong Sa (Spartly) Island and ordered an investigation.

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jeudi 15 octobre 2015

Vietnam accuses China of sinking fishing boat

Vietnam on Thursday accused China of sinking one of its fishing boats near disputed islands in the South China Sea, in the latest incident that could further raise tensions between the Communist neighbors.

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vendredi 18 septembre 2015

Vietnam slams Thai police over clash with fishermen

Vietnam requested compensation from Thailand over the shooting of three fishermen by marine police last week, state media reported Friday.

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mardi 21 avril 2015

Vietnamese farmers dump dead fish onto the street to protest water pollution

Farmers in central Vietnam on Monday dumped dead fish and shrimp onto the street to protest sand extraction activities that they say have polluted a local bay and hurt their livelihoods.

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mardi 29 juillet 2014

Battered and broke, Vietnam fishermen bear brunt of China row

Vietnamese fisherman Dang Van Hoanh sits on the deck of a creaky ferry, nursing a broken leg wrapped in grubby bandages and splinted with wood.

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mardi 20 novembre 2012

Phu Quoc fish sauce producers cry about anchovy shortage

The anchovy price has tripled as Chinese businessmen have been collecting anchovy in big quantities, leaving Phu Quoc fish sauce producers in thirst for materials.

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lundi 29 octobre 2012

Vietnam’s fish sauce makers agonize over material shortage

A lot of fish sauce villages have been in distress because they cannot scramble with Chinese businessmen for anchovies, the important materials for making fish sauce products.

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lundi 23 avril 2012

Vietnam fisherman says beaten during China arrest

A Vietnamese fisherman said Monday he was beaten during the seven weeks he was held in Chinese detention for fishing near disputed islands, amid heightened maritime tensions between Hanoi and Beijing.

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vendredi 30 mars 2012

Dams a potential 'catastrophe' for Mekong fisheries

HANOI - A new study has warned that if 78 hydropower dams scheduled for construction along tributaries of the Mekong River go ahead, they will permanently block critical fish migration routes, with "catastrophic" implications for the world's biggest inland fishery.

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mercredi 7 mars 2012

Small dams, big impact on Mekong River fish

Plans to build hydropower dams along small branches of southeast Asia's longest river could have a devastating impact on millions of people who rely on the world's largest inland fishery, scientists said Monday.

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samedi 3 mars 2012

Vietnam protests to China over alleged assault on fishermen in disputed waters

HANOI — Vietnam has accused China of assaulting its fishermen in the South China Sea, in the countries’ latest spat over disputed territory believed to be rich in natural resources.

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dimanche 27 novembre 2011

Thanh Hoa police successfully nab speeding motorcyclists by fish nets

About a month ago, police in Thanh Hoa Province used fishing nets to apprehend speeding motorbike drivers who were violating traffic rules, a method that is being hotly debated by the public.

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mardi 8 novembre 2011

Metro opens first fish platform in Mekong Delta

German-invested wholesale chain operator Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam on Wednesday inaugurated its first fish platform in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho under the public-private partnership (PPP) format.

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dimanche 2 octobre 2011

Philippines deports Vietnam poachers

The Philippines said Wednesday it had begun deporting 122 Vietnamese fishermen arrested nearly four months ago for illegally fishing in local waters, but huge fines against them were waived.

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vendredi 29 juillet 2011

Tra farms thirsty for capital, banks turn away

Farmers need more capital to maintain production and boost exports. However, bankers do not intend to pour money into the industry.

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jeudi 28 juillet 2011

Canada warns Vietnam about antibiotic in catfish

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is considering a ban on Vietnamese catfish products after finding samples with excess levels of the antibiotic enrofloxacin, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Processors said citing sources from the Vietnam Trade Commission in Canada.

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jeudi 28 avril 2011

Wartime shell kills two fishermen in Vietnam

Hanoi - Two Vietnamese fishermen were killed and two others seriously injured when an artillery shell believed to be left over from the Vietnam War exploded, an official said Thursday.

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dimanche 2 janvier 2011

Vietnam's tra fish export to drop 45pct in 2011

Vietnam, the source of 99.9 percent of tra and basa fish exports, expects to reduce outbound shipments of the fish by a hefty 45 percent to some 360,000 tonnes next year from this year's 640,000 tonnes, said the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep).

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vendredi 31 décembre 2010

Eleven Vietnam sailors missing

Eleven Vietnamese sailors are missing in the South China Sea after their cargo ship sank during high winds, a rescue official says.

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dimanche 12 décembre 2010

Vietnam catfish exports may be hurt by WWF red list, VASEP says

Vietnamese catfish exporters are concerned that European sales may be hurt after a guide by World Wide Fund for Nature advised consumers not to buy the fish.

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lundi 25 octobre 2010

Vietnam to retrieve fishermen released by China

Hanoi - Vietnamese authorities sent a rescue ship to recover nine fishermen who became stranded at sea after they were freed by Chinese authorities, officials said Monday.

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samedi 16 octobre 2010

Vietnamese fishermen released by China not home

Nine Vietnamese fishermen who were detained by China last month and released earlier this week were due to return home in their boat by late Tuesday but still have not made it through stormy seas, officials said Thursday.

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