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President urges education to develo...

President Trần Đại Quang on Saturday urged the country’s education authorities to focus on developing a high quality work force and to train “global citizens”, especially in information and nano technology, automation, telecommunications and the use of new materials and energy. Speaking during a New Year visit to the Ministry of Education and Training, the President said the education system must ...

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Organic milk, meat richer in omega-...

Organic milk and meat contain about 50 percent more beneficial omega-3 fatty acids than conventionally produced equivalents, according to a pair of large-scale studies published Tuesday. Previous research has linked omega-3 with reduced rates of cardiovascular disease, improved neurological development, and better immune function. A team of two dozen researchers led by Carlo Leifert, a professor at Newcastle University in England, combed ...

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Vietnam shrimp exports: hoping for ...

Weak demand in main markets, coupled with low export price and fierce competition squeezed Vietnam shrimp exports in the first 10 months of this year. According to statistics of Vietnam Customs, Vietnam shrimp sales in Jan-Oct 2015 reached US$2.5 billion, down 26.7% year on year. Since April 2015, Vietnam shrimp exports have reported the month-on-month increase. October result touched US$327 million, ...

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Fruit, vegetable exports on target

Traders purchase longan in Hong Nam Commune, Hung Yen City. Earnings from fruits and vegetable exports topped over $1.3 billion in the first nine months of this year. — VNA/VNS Photo Vu Sinh HCM CITY  (VNS) — Fruit and vegetable exports are likely to achieve the Government's target of US$1.65 billion this year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. More ...

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Man finds success in farming after ...

Nguyen Tien Dung takes care for his dragon fruit in central Ha Tinh Province. — Photo Le Van Vy HA TINH  (VNS) — There are many ways to win in life, and not necessarily with a university diploma. Nguyen Tien Dung is among a few young people in Huong Son district of central Ha Tinh province who has proved it. The 24-year-old ...

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Brazil aims to become leading aquac...

At last week’s Brazilian Council for Aquaculture and Fisheries meeting in Brasilia, Brazil’s Secretary of Planning and Planning Aquaculture, Felipe Matias, revealed some preliminary plans to boost the country’s aquaculture production to 2 million metric tons (MT). SeafoodSource recently spoke with Matias about the Ministry of Fisheries’ Aquaculture Development Plan 2020. Matias is not able to release specific components of the ...

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Bangladesh: Shrimp Farmers Turn to ...

Exporters pay $4.24, at most, per kilogram for small to medium-sized whole shrimp, while locally traders, who market them in domestically, offer $4.40 to $4.82 a kilogram, said Shoyeb Mahmud, general manager of Jahanabad Seafood, Ltd.  Historically an expensive item for local consumers, giant tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon) are selling well in local markets because of the rising purchasing power of Bangladeshi consumers.  Even with ...

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Quality, image focus urged for lych...

  Farmers in Tan Yen District, Bac Giang Province harvest lychees. — VNA/VNS Photo Duong Tri HA NOI (VNS) — As the first containers of Viet Nam's lychees have been shipped to the US and Australia, the country will continue expanding fruit exports to other markets, such as the EU. Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh made this statement at ...

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Shrimp from three Central American ...

Matt Whittaker Shrimp from three farms in two Central American countries have tested positive for early mortality syndrome (EMS), according to the lab run by the shrimp disease expert credited with discovering the cause of the disease that has ravaged shrimp populations in Asia and Mexico. Samples from the three farms that were sent to the lab of Don Lightner, a University of ...

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Innovative fish harvesting method

After two years of testing of New Zealand’s new Precision Seafood Harvesting (PSH) method, scientists say they can already see that survival rates for fish are better than expected. The new fish harvesting method promises to be a potential replacement for traditional fishing methods. It is a large, flexible PVC liner with specifically sized holes along its length that allow undersized fish to ...