VIETNAM FISHERY INDUSTRY

In 2016 Asia accounted for 38.9% of the total export value of the global fishery industry. In particular, China was the country which exported the highest value in the region. With a long coastline, territorial waters and extensive economic privileges as well as high biodiversity, Vietnam has the advantage to become a leading fishery producer and exporter in the region. In 2018, the exploited fishery output was estimated to increase by 5.3% compared to the previous year, the estimated aquaculture production was at 4,153.8 thousand tons.

In 2018, total seafood export value was estimated to increase by 5.8% compared to 2017 as shrimp supply in some producing countries and in the main import market lessened, which brought opportunities for Vietnamese shrimp to boost the export value . Besides, the export of tuna, squid, octopus and other fishery increased more strongly in the second quarter, contributing significantly to the dramatic increase of the total value of fishery exports in the first nine months of the year.

The fishery processing industry has so far developed into a key economic industry, which is a large commodity production industry leading in international economic integration. In addition, it not only makes positive contribution to the transformation of agricultural and rural economic structure but to hunger eradication and poverty alleviation,leading to the improvement of community life, …

Executive summary
1. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
1.3 Free trade agreements
2. World seafood market
2.1 World seafood market
2.1.1 Production
2.1.2 Consumption
2.1.3 Global seafood trade
2.1.4 Price movement of some aqua products
2.2 Seafood market in some countries in the region
3. Vietnam seafood market
3.1 Characteristics of the Vietnamese fishery industry
3.2 Situation of aquaculture and exploitation
3.2.1 Overview of aquaculture and exploitation
3.2.2 Current status of seafood exploitation
3.2.3 Current status of aquaculture
3.3 Production
3.4 Consumption
3.5 Export
3.6 Risks and challenges
3.7 Driving forces
3.8 Industry development planning and forecast
4. Enterprise analysis
5. Appendix

Minh Phu Corporation – MPC
Hung Vuong Joint Stock Company – HVG
Vinh Hoan Corporation – VHC
Soc Trang Seafood Joint Stock Company – STAPIMEX:
Viet Thang Feed Joint Stock Company – VTF
An Giang Fisheries Import – Export Joint Stock Company – AGF
Quoc Viet Seafood Processing and Export Company Limited
Nha Trang Seafoods Joint Stock Company – F17
Minh Hai Seafood Joint Stock Company
Danang Seaproducts Import-Export Corporation – SPD

Figure 1: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2015 – Q3/2018
Figure 2: Fishery’s contribution to GDP, 2013 – 9M/2018e
Figure 3: VND/USD exchange rate, 2013 – 9/2018
Figure 4: Average interest rates, 2012- 9M/2018
Figure 5: Import – Export, 2011 – 9M/2018
Figure 6: Fishery’s contribution to Vietnam’s total export turnover, 2013 – 9M/2018e
Figure 7: Total population and age structure of labor force, 2014 – 9M/2018e
Figure 8: Labor force in agriculture, forestry, fishery industry,
2011 – 9M/2018e
Figure 9: Global aquaculture and fishing production, 2009 – 2025f
Figure 10: Structure of fishing and aquaculture areas in 2016e
Figure 11: Structure of global fishermen, 2016e
Figure 12: Structure of fishing fleets by area, 2014
Figure 13: Structure of world fishing and aquaculture production by region, 2016
Figure 14: Structure of world fishing production by region, 2016
Figure 15: Structure of world aquaculture production by region, 2016
Figure 16: Aquaculture by region, 2015 – 2016
Figure 17: Top countries in terms of aquaculture volume, 2016
Figure 18: Top countries in terms of fishing, 2016
Figure 19: Top 10 most caught fishes 2015
Figure 20: Global seafood consumption, 2009 – 2016e
Figure 21: Seafood consumption per capita, 2009 – 2016e
Figure 22: Global seafood trade, 2008 – 2017e
Figure 23: Export  value of global seafood, 1976 – 2016
Figure 24: Structure of global seafood exports by region, 2016
Figure 25: Structure of global seafood imports by region, 2016
Figure 26: Top 10 seafood exporters, 2017e
Figure 27: Top 10 seafood importers, 2017e
Figure 28: World shrimp prices, 1/2014 – 9/2018
Figure 29: Seafood production in China, 2012 – 2017e
Figure 30: Tuna, squid-octopus exports of China, 2012 – 2016
Figure 31: Tuna export structure, 2016
Figure 32: Squid, octopus export structure, 2016
Figure 33: Shrimp exports of Indonesia, 2011 – 2016e
Figure 34: Seafood trade of Indonesia (average in the period 2011 – 2015)
Figure 35: US seafood consumption by type of product, 2016e
Figure 36: Fisheries’ contribution to the US economy, 2012 – 2015
Figure 37: Production of some US seafood, 2011 – 2015
Figure 38: Squid, octopus and shrimp import of the US, 2016 – 2017
Figure 39: Shrimp import market of the US, by volume, 2017
Figure 40: Shrimp and tuna exports of Thailand, 2010 – 2016
Figure 41: Number of fishery enterprises 2010 – 2016
Figure 42: Number of laborers farming, fishing and processing aquatic products, 2010 – 2016
Figure 43: Aquaculture area, 2010 – 2017e
Figure 44: Fishing boats with a capacity of 90 CV, 2010 – 2017e
Figure 45: Volume of seafood production, 2009 – 9M/2018e
Figure 46: Vietnamese seafood exploitation, 2010 – 9M/2018e
Figure 47: Exploitation output of coastal provinces by region, 2017e
Figure 48: Structure of fishery exploitation by area, 2017e
Figure 49: Seafood import turnover, 2013 – 9M/2018e
Figure 50: Seafood import structure, 9M/2018eProduction of some aquatic species, 2013 – 9M/2018e
Figure 51: Ratio of catfish farming area self-invested in some provinces and cities in 2016
Figure 52: Structure of pangasius production by province, 9M/2018e
Figure 53: Shrimp farming area in brackish waters, 2011 – 2017e
Figure 54: Frozen seafood production, 2011 – 9M/2018e
Figure 55: Seafood consumption per capita in Vietnam, 2010 – 2013
Figure 56: Domestic consumption value of seafood, 2013 – 2016
Figure 57: Seafood exports, 2010 – 9M/2018e
Figure 58: Export value of aquatic products, 9M/2018e
Figure 59: Seafood export structure by value, 9M/2018e
Figure 60: Pangasius export value 2011 – 9M/2018e
Figure 61: Pangasius export structure by value, 9M/2018e
Figure 62: Value of catfish to some markets, 9M/2017 – 9M/2018
Figure 63: Enterprises share of exporting pangasius by volum, 6M/2018e
Figure 64: Top largest enterprises of exporting pangasius, 6M/2018e
Figure 65: Catfish export volume of top 10 leading enterprises, 2017 – 7M/2018
Figure 66: Shrimp export value, 2011 – 9M/2018e
Figure 67: Export structure of shrimp products, 9M/2018e
Figure 68: Market shares of shrimp export volume of enterprises into Japan, 7M/2017 – 7M/2018
Figure 69: Market shares of shrimp export volume of enterprises into the US, 8M/2017 – 8M/2018
Figure 70: Enterprises share of exporting shrimp by volum, 6M/2018e
Figure 71: Top  largest enterprises of exporting shrimp, 6M/2018e
Figure 72: Export value of the tuna sector, 2011 – 9M/2018e
Figure 73: Exported tuna products, 9M/2018e
Figure 74: Tuna export turnover by market, 8M/2018e
Figure 75: Global seafood production and consumption forecast, 2017f – 2026f
Figure 76: Seafood export value, 2011 – 2020f
Figure 77: Net revenue, 2016 – 2017
Figure 78: Gross profit margin, 2016 – 2017
Figure 79: Selling expenses/Net revenue, 2016 – 2017
Figure 80: Administrative expenses/Net revenue, 2016 –  2017
Figure 81: Financial expenses/Net revenue, 2016 – 2017

Table 1: Vietnam – Korea Free Trade Agreement (VKFTA)
Table 2: Vietnam – Eurasian Economic Union Free Trade Agreement (Nga, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia và Kyrgyzstan):
Table 3: EU – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA)
Table 4: Some international certification on aquaculture
Table 5: Seafood production output in China by product, 2013 – 2017e
Table 6: Seafood and animal products consumption per capita in China, 2013 – 3016
Table 7: Seafood production of Indonesia, 2012 – 2016e
Table 8: Seafood production of Thailand, 2006 -2015
Table 9: Top 10 largest seafood companies in 2016
Table 10: Seafood production in Vietnam, 2016 – 9M/2018e
Table 11: Fishing and aquaculture results, 2016 – 9M/2018
Table 12: Processing facilities of aquatic products for export by type of enterprise and kind of processed products in 2012
Table 13: Top Fishery Enterprises with the highest revenue in 2017
Table 14: Liability/ Total asset and liability/ Owner equity ratios, 2017
Table 15: Profit margin, 2017