The rapidly increasing entrepreneurial spirit witnessed in Vietnam encouraged participants of the U.S. Grains Council’s Corn Mission about future opportunities for U.S. agricultural products.
With its seemingly endless products derived from its various parts, the coconut indeed deserves to be called the “tree of life”. From root to tip, the coconut tree can provide almost anything—from food to industrial needs
While the financial crisis still casts a shadow over many countries, the benefits of South-South cooperation are setting the stage for sustainable development.
An appropriate policy on the public-private partnerships would attract more private investors to the agricultural sector, Vietnam Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai said in Hanoi recently.
Avocado—which originated in Central America, particularly in high-elevation areas of Mexico and Guatemala—is now being produced commercially throughout the tropics and subtropics with Asian and Pacific Rim countries including India, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Australia and New Zealand becoming increasingly important producers.
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