More processing equipment to be sold in Asia

Filleting pangasius in a factory in Vietnam where most fish processing is still done by hand. Credit: Herby Neubacher

The seafood reprocessing industry in Asia is about to change. The rising cost of labour, due to competition from other industries, may soon make it uneconomic to send fish to some countries there for further processing and to bring it back again.

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