Friday, October 30, 2015

30/10/2015: Aqua Fisheries Expo 2016 - Exhibitions & Conferences in Myanmar and Cambodia

Myanmar: 28 – 30 September 2016, Myanmar Convention Centre (MCC), Yangon
The seafood sector in Myanmar has a large potential to contribute to food security, employment and economic development. Natural resources are widely available and fisheries are an important source of income and animal protein for the domestic population. Many products, like shrimp, mud crab and sea bass have a large commercial potential in high value markets in the EU and other overseas markets.

After the grand success of our 2nd Aqua Fisheries Myanmar 2015, with 60 exhibitors from China, India, Vietnam, Thailand, USA, Germany, Denmark, Taiwan... attracting more than 3000 visitors from Germany, Denmark, Canada, USA, China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, France, Japan and other countries and regions, we, VEAS are organizing the 3rd edition of Aqua Fisheries 2016 which is going to pump in more value additions to the existing aquaculture and fisheries industry.

8 – 9 August 2016, Phnom Penh Hotel, Phnom Penh
Cambodia is home to some of the world’s most intensive freshwater fisheries. The 2.6 million tonnes of fish caught annually in the Mekong basin represent seven times more than the catch of North American inland fisheries and more than 10 times the entire fish catch in Australia. As Cambodia’s population grows, however, the fishing industry is coming increasingly under threat. Moreover, Fish production in Cambodia is three times as big as the country’s pig production and 20 times bigger than its chicken production. Most Cambodians rely on fish as a source of affordable protein.

Book your stand:
Ms Sabrina Hoang
Tel: +84 986 894 830


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