agrobusiness


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agrobusiness

(ˈæɡrəʊˌbɪznɪs)
n
a variant form of agribusiness
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Bukhara hosted Uzbekistan Israel agrobusiness forum with participation of local entrepreneurs and representatives of foreign companies.
Journal of International Food and Agrobusiness Marketing, 18, 151-176.
The county plans to distribute 150,000 avacado seedlings to promote farming and agrobusiness.
In Colombia it implies the forced displacement of Afro-Colombians, Indigenous people, and Mestiza campesinas; the dispossession of their land for the benefit of agrobusiness, mining corporations, and other economic projects; and their forced integration into national and global economic circuits.
The exceptional economic results from the Brazilian agrobusiness in the last decade have led to an empowerment of the lobbies of large rural producers in the Brazilian congress.
Sample demographic data--sectors and number of employees Sector Number of Employees Agrobusiness 4% < 9 9% Government 3% Oct-49 11% Manufacturing 36% 50 - 99 16% Services 56% 100-249 14% 250 - 499 9% > 500 40% Table 2.
Sin embargo, existen dos factores que impiden que esto sea una realidad: no tienen acceso a la tierra y la competencia del agrobusiness les aplasta (Tanuro, 2011: 168).
His father, Hong Sung-il, first explored it in 1970-80s as an agrobusiness to diversify income after wrapping up his two decades in the potato starch business.
Economic cooperation: The two countries have always been good economic partners and there is real potential for expansion of bilateral trade and investment, particularly in tourism industry, agrobusiness, consumer products, energy and infrastructure.
El tipo de escritura que impera es aquella que Taussig llama, muy acertadamente, agrobusiness writing: escritura agroindustrial.
(2) National Laboratory of Nanotechnology for Agrobusiness (LNNA), EMBRAPA-Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Rua XV de Novembro, 1452, Sao Carlos, SP 13560-970, Brazil
"More businessmen each day": producers' associations, agrobusiness and institutional strategies in Cordoba (1995-2002)