In the first four months of this year, Vietnam exported crabs to China, including Japan, the US, Japan and the EU, worth more than $ 44.5 million. That compares with 40 percent year-on-year in 2019.
China, which was Vietnam’s largest market last year, bought crabs from Vietnam for about $ 13 million. After May’s export to China, Japan was Vietnam’s second-largest export market, with May’s exports to Japan up 9 percent after rising 16 percent in the month. April.
VASEP said China’s seafood demand has rebounded since March, with Vietnamese exports to China up 35 percent in April and 20 percent in May. Vietnam’s fish exports to China increased 37% to US $ 14.8 million.