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  • San José, Costa Rica
    Fri, 12/14/2018

    Experiences in seven countries will inform IICA’s bioeconomy strategies for Latin America and the Caribbean

    Experiences in the United States, Germany, Colombia, Spain, Japan, South Africa, Malaysia and the European Union will provide a frame of reference for the development of methodological guidelines and analyses. 

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Fri, 12/14/2018

    IICA calls for an acceleration of the process to transform agriculture in America’s tropical belt countries

    Sitting on a panel with agriculture sector leaders at the Toronto Global Forum, Manuel Otero, the Director General of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), called for productivity shortcomings to be addressed.

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Fri, 11/23/2018

    Director General of IICA underscored the potential of bioeconomy to mitigate the effects of climate change

    While speaking at the Week of Agriculture and Food in Buenos Aires, Manuel Otero maintained that Latin America can make a significant contribution, by creating sustainable businesses.

  • St George's, Grenada
    Tue, 10/23/2018

    Grenada Abattoir Poised to Process Safer Meats during the Busy Christmas Season

     

    17 workers from one of the most important processing plants in the country were trained by IICA regarding mitigation and risk reduction

  • Dominica & Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    Wed, 09/05/2018

    IICA strengthens the coffee sector in Dominica and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

     

    Training was based on successful experiences of Costa Rica and Jamaica

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Mon, 07/30/2018

    Panama is banking on agriculture to reduce inequality

    Representatives of the public and private sector and international organizations defined strategies to provide stimulus to a promising new player.

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