Vietnam’s seafood export value recovers amid decline in freight costs

Published on
September 13, 2022
A fish hatchery in Vietnam.

Vietnam's seafood export value recovered in August 2022, amid a sharp decline in shipping costs.

The increase in sales has occurred as global freight costs have dropped from all-time highs recorded earlier this year. The cost for sending a container of shrimp from Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City to ports in the U.S. West Coast dropped to around ... 

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Contributing Editor reporting from Hanoi, Vietnam

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