Seven provinces including Binh Phuoc, Binh Duong, Tay Ninh, Dong Nai, Lam Dong, Dak Nong and Dak Lak have built planting areas registered for export to China.
According to Binh Phuoc Department of Industry and Trade, these growing areas belong to 9 groups of agricultural products including bananas, dragon fruits, mangoes, jackfruits, rambutans, longans, watermelons, seedless lemons and lychees.
“This is an opportunity for regional linkage as well as a condition to ensure that each province can successfully and effectively export to the Chinese market before expanding to other export markets such as the US, Canada, EU, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and South Korea, etc.”, a representative of Binh Phuoc Department of Industry and Trade said.
According to the provincial industry and trade representative, currently each country has its own requirements for each agricultural product, making it difficult to export to the above target markets. The export to each market will be appropriate before expanding to other target markets.
Whether each province chooses to export to one or several target markets, regional linkage is necessary in the current new situation in order to both reduce the cost of the final unit product, increase the supply scale, and ensure the quality of the product. To ensure risk sharing in many cases arising from international trade and ultimately to form the basis of modern and sustainable agricultural exports of the region in general and each province in particular.
“Each province, people, cooperatives and businesses have their own development strategies, but it is necessary for the region to have a common development strategy so that there are foundations and conditions for central ministries, branches and agencies to develop. Relevant domestic and foreign countries support and promote in the most effective way,” said Binh Phuoc Department of Industry and Trade.
Currently, the country has many successful lessons to ensure that a regional coordination committee can quickly act together with provinces, people, cooperatives and businesses from product selection and export markets, main planning, the planning of planting areas and concentrated processing areas, completing dossiers of planting area codes and processing facility codes. Besides, concretizing necessary and sufficient conditions to soon export related products, discuss solutions to link chains and invest to reduce unit costs of agricultural products. Finally, localities consider technology and information technology application solutions to ensure smooth and effective implementation of the program for both domestic and foreign markets.
Binh Phuoc Department of Industry and Trade wishes to have active participants contribute to the success of this program. This agency said it will continuously update information on each foreign import market, industry, product and customer as well as all necessary and sufficient conditions for each regional option to quickly bring effective results. results for people, cooperatives and businesses in the coming time.