North Korean Seafood Imports by China Reportedly Slows at Liaoning’s Port of Dandong

A thriving trade in seafood across the Yalu River that separates China from North Korea has dramatically slowed, traders said, although there is still nearly a month to go for a UN deadline to tighten sanctions on North Korea as punishment for its missile tests. The UN Security Council unanimously passed a resolution on Saturday

Bright Food to Absorb State-Owned Shanghai Fisheries Group

The Shanghai municipal government announced a fresh round of reform and restructuring of local State-owned enterprises on Thursday [18 May 2017]. As part of the reform, Bright Food (Group) Co Ltd will absorb Shanghai Fisheries Group Co Ltd. Shanghai Fisheries will thus become a wholly owned subsidiary of Bright Food…Full Article: China Daily May 2017

China’s Aquaculture Industry Helps Spur Imports of Canadian Canola Meal

Canadian canola meal shipments to China have jumped to their highest level in five years, boosting profits of crush plants and firming prices as farmers slog through a difficult harvest…Full Article: Alberta Farmer Nov 2016 Key Point From January to August 2016, Chinese imports of Canadian canola/rapeseed meal totaled 415,000 MTs. China’s expanding aquaculture industry

Chinese Constructed Aquaculture Center Built in Hardap Region, Namibia

A Chinese-built inland aquaculture center was handed over to the government of Namibia on Friday [8 July 2016]. The Hardap Inland Aquaculture Center, about 270 kilometers from capital Windhoek, was constructed by the Sinohydro Tianjin Engineering on behalf of the Chinese government…Full Article: ECNS.cn July 2016 Key Points In November 2014, construction on the Hardap

Construction Begins for Chinese Financed Agricultural Project in Central Uganda

First, they sold us their made-in-China goods; then they came to build our roads; then they rode on the roads into our shops, hotels and supermarkets; and now the Chinese are in Uganda’s gardens growing food to sell abroad. The latest evidence that China is digging in came last Tuesday in Ngaaju-Ndibilungi village, Butambala sub-county

Chinese Imports of Vietnamese Agricultural Products Show Strong Growth in Early 2016

China remained major consumer of Vietnam’s farm products in the first three months of 2016, according to a report released by Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on Tuesday [26 April 2016]. China was the largest consumer of Vietnamese rice in the three-month period with 31.54 percent of the market share, said the