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Nhan đề: Recommendations enhancing the added value chain of the aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam.
Tác giả: Tuyet, Nguyen Thi Bach
Từ khoá: The fish
Value chain
Added value
The aquaculture enterprises
Năm xuất bản: Mar-2016
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: European Journal of Business and Social Sciences;Volume 4, Issue 12, Page 105 - 116
Tóm tắt: In Vietnam, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growing, disposable income, levels and use of consumer credit and inequality of wealth are the major components affecting the fish supply chain. Developed countries constitute the main outlets for fish and fishery products. United States, the largest single market for fish and fishery products and their high level of per capita fish consumption places year round demand. Besides, Japan plays an important role as second largest single country market with growing potentials. Japan’s declining fish consumption followed by low demand on high valued species changes the trade flows to other growing markets. Especially growing economies and expanding upper middle class in Asia places high demand on fish and fishery products. In developing countries, fish plays a major role in the diet of poorer communities as a principal source of protein. The objectives of this paper were not only to look into the relevant literature but also to find common ground regarding the added value chain of the aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam and reports the results of a survey of 180 the aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam. --- In this paper, the researchers used analytical method of explore factor analysis to determining that are components of the added value chain of the aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam. This paper conducted during the time from July 2014 to December, 2015. The research result showed that there were 180 the aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam interviewed but 150 processed and answered 12 questions. The researcher had analyzed KMO test, the result of KMO analysis used for multiple regression analysis. Enterprises’ responses were measured through an adapted questionnaire on a 5-point Likert scale. Hard copy and online questionnaire were distributed among enterprises in Vietnam. In addition, the regression analysis results showed that there were three factors, which included of factors following: State (NN), Enterprise (DN) and Association (HH) actually affected the added value chain of the aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam with 5 % significance level. The research results were processed from SPSS 20.0 software. The parameters of the model estimated by Least - Squares Method tested for the model assumption with 5% significance level.
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ISSN: 2235 - 767X
Appears in Collections:Agriculture and rural development

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