Why In Asia

Aquaculture has growing potential in Asia

“The primary reason for increased optimism is that there is ample room for catching up with more productive technologies, especially in Asia, where many fish farmers are small and unable to foot the hefty capital outlays the industry requires to expand output without running into resource constraints, “said Audun Lem, a senior official at FAO’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy and Economics Divisions. 

Fish prices in 2022 will be 27 per cent higher than today in FAO’s baseline scenario, but up to 20 per cent lower if aquaculture expands more quickly (Source: The Fish Site)

 7 - 9 April 2020 | Melaka International Trade Centre | MALAYSIA
Asia's International Aquaculture Industry Event
UBM Asia - organiser of the Livestock event in Malaysia "Livestock Asia", Vietnam "Vietstock", Philippines "Livestock Philippines" - is honored to play a role in linking and creating business networking opportunities for public and private organizations. We are proud to present these important developments to the ASEAN Livestock industry to be the hub of Livestock production to feed the world.