The number of aquaculture farms has risen remarkably since the government urged the development of the sector in the Kingdom earlier this year when the country’s economy began to be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ministry provides fish and frog breeds to aquaculture farmers in Nitean commune.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday encouraged farmers to engage in sustainable aquaculture activities to promote domestic production, and in turn, boost the national economy.
Cambodia’s fish farming and aquaculture continue to rise in the local market.
Cambodia’s Australian lobster farming is on track to supply one tonne of the lucrative food product a day
Chinese-run Grand Hong Yean Aquaculture (Cambodia) Co., Ltd is planning to expand.
Fish production in the Kingdom rose to 910,153 tonnes in 2018, a 6.2 percent increase year-on-year made possible by a rapidly growing aquaculture sector.
The government has asked Japan to support the development of fish hatcheries in Cambodia to boost production and curb reliance on fish imports.
The EU promotes sustainable development and productivity in six provinces.
The European Union will continue to support economic management in the Kingdom.
A Singaporean investor is looking to build fish farms in the Kingdom that will be used to feed local an international demand.
The government unveils four strategies to eliminate malnutrition in the country, especially among children.
After lifting a decade-old ban on snakehead, the number of aquatic farms remains low.