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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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The Albania Agribusiness Support Facility is addressing this challenge by improving access to finance for local agribusinesses through dedicated credit lines or by sharing the risk of lending to the agribusiness sector.
These actions are crucial in helping agribusinesses confront structural change in the industry (Goldsmith & Gow, 2005).
The third question that needs to be examined is: "What are the key success factors and what are the main constraints impacting on the competitiveness of the South African agribusinesses sector?
Through DTN MarketSpace, producers can simply post their asking price privately for their selected agribusinesses to review and the system will automatically provide both e-mail and text message notifications when a buyer accepts.
The ADB and Australia-supported Samoa AgriBusiness Support Project is providing tailored support and financing to Samoan agribusinesses which will encourage a vibrant private sector and sustainable, inclusive economic growth, said Ms.
DTN releases DTN MarketSpace-an online grain marketing solution linking agriculture producers and agribusinesses to more efficiently buy and sell grain.
TGI has become a global leader in bioscience, forming strong commercial partnerships with leading agribusinesses, including to Monsanto (NYSE:MON), the world's largest seed company.
The project, cofinanced by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Governments of Australia and Samoa, was launched in May 2015 and provides access to finance and tailored business support services to agribusinesses in the country.
MOO seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the DAXglobal Agribusiness Index (DXAG), a basket of the securities of 40 agribusinesses listed on global exchanges.
Bank's Specialized Industries Division, made the announcement, adding, "Lizz is a seasoned agricultural finance veteran who has broad experience with a variety of clients from production agriculture to global agribusinesses.
These future leaders come from agribusinesses across Australia including Goondiwindi in Queensland, Bendigo in Victoria and Orange in New South Wales.
The shrinking farm base, industry consolidation, product commoditization and global competition are all contributing to the need for agribusinesses to seek transformational insight to create a superior and differentiated experience for customers.