tin tức về agriculture mới nhất
Vietnam is pursuing an ambitious plan to become a global agricultural powerhouse by 2030, according to Government Resolution 53/NQ-CP.
Vietnam’s total investment abroad was estimated at 508.14 million USD in 2019, according to the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
The Philippines and China, Vietnam’s two major rice export markets, may reduce rice imports in 2020.
Despite numerous risks, Vietnam’s agro-forestry-fishery sector is expected to reap bigger fruits in 2019 with more investments implemented, making it one of the key drivers of economic growth. Thanh Dat reports.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) on December 11 presented the 15th JICA President Award to Can Tho University.
Business sectors that could capitalize on the 100 million population will be set for strong growth, said an expert.
Digital technology is indeed being used in agriculture but is insufficiently widespread.
Nguyen Ngoc Huong of HCM City’s Cu Chi District and her collaborators have jointly set up a start-up to produce freeze-dried powders from vegetables and leaves.
In spite of huge demand, the inefficient legal framework is making the process of land grouping difficult for all parties involved.
The total value of Vietnamese fruit market is estimated at $20 to $30 billion. However, this thriving market seems to be neglected by agro firms, while there have been more and more imported fruits showing up in Vietnamese people’s fridges.
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