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    Post-pandemic, the agribusiness industry faces accelerating trends

    COVID-19 has accelerated pre-existing trends in agribusiness. Changes that many thought would take years happen in real time. The focus is now on digitization, steps against climate change and the location or traceability of food production.

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    Amid the Pandemic, Some Keys to the Agriculture Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean

    COVID-19 poses a threat to agricultural production in the largest net food exporting region in the world — Latin America and the Caribbean. Protecting workers’ health, economic activity, and employment requires a careful risk assessment.

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  • What Imminent Opportunities and Challenges Does Our Region’s Agro-industry Present?

    What Imminent Opportunities and Challenges Does Our Region’s Agro-industry Present?

    With the evolution of agro-industry, competing pressures, opportunities, and new challenges arise leading to a reformulation of the sector’s bases and forms.

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  • Soy: Paraguay’s “Green Gold”

    Soy: Paraguay’s “Green Gold”

    This is the story of a small seed from Asia that has transformed the economy of a country in the heart of South America. Soy, a legume brought to Paraguay in the 50’s by immigrants from Japan, is today the country's main export product.

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  • Can the private sector feed the world?

    Can the private sector feed the world?

    To feed the world by 2050, global food production must increase 60 percent on as little as 12 percent more arable land. This will require avoiding environmentally-sensitive areas while planning for the unexpected events of climate change. Increased floods, droughts, storms, heat and evolving insect resistance are changing how the world farms. Food security and agriculture are part of an ongoing dialogue at this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, where experts are identifying ways to replicate what works and tackle what doesn’t.

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  • Latin America: The Next Global Breadbasket

    Latin America: The Next Global Breadbasket

    *By. Alexandre Fernandes de Oliveira  Last month at the inaugural AgroLAC 2025 meeting international experts flew into Sao Paulo, Brazil to promote new financial instruments that could connect with innovative solutions to expand and develop sustainable agricultural production across the region.

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