agroindustries love


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  • noun Plural form of agroindustry.


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  • This includes input suppliers on the side of backward linkages, agroindustries on the side of forward linkages, and producers 'associations.

    1. Using indigenous knowledge in agricultural development.

  • They also participate in the activities of the agroindustrial centre on the university campus which provides training and support to small local agroindustries, such as soy milk, fruit juice, and chocolate production.

    79. Community-run preschool centres in low-income areas

  • ALFREDO SANCHEZ-MORROQUIN is a Research Scientist with the CIAMEC division of INIA (National Institute of Agriculture Research) in Chapingo, Mexico, and technical adviser of four agroindustries of Mexico and South America.

    Chapter 10

  • Cheap goods from the north have forced domestic products from the market, inexpensive Mexican labor has been exploited by United States employers, and large U.S. agroindustries have used economic pressure to force Mexican farmers from their land.

    Council on Hemispheric Affairs


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