Many of the Vietnamese industry’s most important export markets have suffered severely because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the start of the health crisis, imports in the Asian country fell sharply due to the possibility of contagion from Covid-19. Today, this situation has been changing gradually, but there are still resentments about products from other nations.
Regarding the key market of the US, Fofandi says that while it is seen subdued currently, there are some positive signs. Supermarket sales, which give better margins, have picked up in comparison to institutional sales, he said.