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agribusiness

  1. AGRICULTURE conducted as a large-scale capitalist business enterprise.
  2. economic activities closely related to or directly dependent on agriculture, including the production of producer goods for agriculture (e.g. farm machinery, fertilizers) as well as the sale of agricultural produce as food and raw materials.
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Apart from isolated exceptions, there has also been a decrease in agriculture and agrobusiness.
The structure of food import in Macedonia mostly includes products that are not produced in Macedonia, such as chocolate, coffee and other products," said Ognen Orovcanec from the AgroBusiness Chamber.
In December 2012, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly left the tribal capital of Window Rock, Arizona, for a trip to Israel that was part religious pilgrimage, part agrobusiness diplomacy.
Hopefully, farmers and agrobusiness companies will sign contracts and agreements for equipment deliveries directly with manufacturers.
agrobusiness, poverty, statistics on violence, etc.
In the second case, agrobusiness entered Mexico's traditional corn production and wrecked havoc culturally as well as economically (SourceMex, Sept.
Please, indicate in which of the following industries your firm operates: (a) agrobusiness and silviculture (b) public services (c) information and communication (d) engineering and R&D (e) other services (f) extractive industry (g) low technology industry (h) medium-low technology industry (i) medium-high technology industry (j) high technology industry 11.
So wird die Vulnerabilitat von Kleinbauern und--bauerinnen in vielen Regionen Lateinamerikas weniger durch veranderte Niederschlagsmuster und Temperaturen bestimmt als in erster Linie durch die kolonial gepragten ungleichen Landbesitzverhaltnisse sowie eine Agrarpolitik, die sich der Exportforderung und dem Agrobusiness verschrieben hat (Dietz 2011, S.
Conserving Nature (IUCN) and the International Center for Agrobusiness Research and Education (ICARE) say that illegal felling in
The group called for policies aimed at protecting native seeds, which are being swapped throughout the region for genetically engineered seeds patented and sold by large agrobusiness multinationals.
The tobacco industry in Argentina has gone through four distinct historical moments: a) craft production between 1580 and 1895, b) the importing industry craft production between 1895 and 1930, c) national tobacco agrobusiness between 1930 and 1965 and d) agroindustrial complex transnational tobacco from 1965 onwards.