Many new regulations aim to drastically remove the IUU "Yellow Card"

Many new regulations aim to drastically remove the IUU "Yellow Card"

VCN - Many new regulations against illegal, unreported, unregulated (IUU) fishing have been issued to help Vietnam complete the legal framework and soon remove the IUU "Yellow Card" in 2024.
Vietnam is on the right track to remove the "yellow card" warning

Vietnam is on the right track to remove the "yellow card" warning

The removal of the "yellow card" warning not only brings economic efficiency but also affirms Vietnam's position in the international arena.
Ensure 100% records of export shipments that require traceability of seafood origin

Ensure 100% records of export shipments that require traceability of seafood origin

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang signed Decision No. 81/QD-TTg promulgating the “Action plan against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, preparing to work with the Inspectorate of 4th European Commission”.
Difficulties in removing the IUU yellow card

Difficulties in removing the IUU yellow card

75 cases of violations of fishing involving 104 vessels and 919 people have been recorded in Vietnam. This issue must be resolved or the country's IUU yellow card cannot be removed, as confirmed by EC
Speeding up removal of IUU "yellow card" to remove problems of seafood exports to the EU

Speeding up removal of IUU "yellow card" to remove problems of seafood exports to the EU

Ending the situation of Vietnamese fishing vessels violating in foreign waters is an important factor in order to remove the "yellow card" in the future.
Seafood exports close to US $10 billion

Seafood exports close to US $10 billion

Vietnamese seafood enterprises have turned challenges into opportunities to take advantage of FTA agreements to bring ten months of seafood export turnover to progress to the $10 billion level.
Localities need to prepare scenarios when the EU checks IUU "yellow card" removal

Localities need to prepare scenarios when the EU checks IUU "yellow card" removal

VCN - According to Deputy Minister Phung Duc Tien, when the EC's officials come to work, Vietnam must prepare scenarios to avoid confusion. Localities need to clarify the actual operation and results of the IUU "yellow card" removal.
EVFTA brings great expectations for seafood exports to the EU

EVFTA brings great expectations for seafood exports to the EU

More than two years since the effectiveness of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), seafood exports to the EU have gained positive signals.
Report on impact of IUU yellow card on Vietnam’s seafood industry released

Report on impact of IUU yellow card on Vietnam’s seafood industry released

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) and the World Bank (WB) in Vietnam on August 10 released “A Trade-Based Analysis of the Economic Impact of Non-Compliance with Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing: The Case of Viet
Two reasons leading to slow exports of seafood to the EU in the second half of the year

Two reasons leading to slow exports of seafood to the EU in the second half of the year

Seafood exports to the EU in the first half of 2021 have a high growth rate of 20%. However, there are two reasons that are forecast to cause difficulties for seafood exports to the EU.
Fishery sector works to remove IUU yellow card warning

Fishery sector works to remove IUU yellow card warning

The fishery sector has been working to implement recommendations by the European Commission EC for the past two years to remove its illegal unreported and unregulated fishing IUU yellow card warning
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