Pangasius is one of the major fish species in the Mekong River and a traditional fish on the menu in Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia. Over the years, catch of the fish has been replaced by acquaculture, especially in Vietnam and to a lesser extent in Thailand and Cambodia. In Vietnam, farmers in the Mekong Delta have pursued the business of fish farming for decades and Pangasius is a main protein source for the local people.
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Namibians sue Icelanders over USD 29m trawler Namibia
Two Namibian fishing companies are asking the High Court to block their Iceland business partners from selling a fishing vessel worth NAD 400 million (USD 28.6 million) they jointly own.
World market situation for fishmeal and fish oil Worldwide
In Norway, through week 27, 489,500 tonnes of fish were destined for reduction at an average price of NOK 2.69 /kg, down 23% on those destined for such purpose during the same period in the previous y...