"Analyzing the economic results that the adoption of biotechnology has achieved for Brazilian agriculture in the last 16 years, as well as prospects for the next ten years, it becomes essential to improve and continue to oversee public policies to ensure a favorable environment for the development of biotechnology in Brazil," explains Anderson Galvao, managing partner at Celeres and coordinator of the economic study.To the President of ABRASEM, the study shows that investment in biotechnology is good for growers. "And this is all the more important when we think of keeping up the competitiveness of national agricultural production, at a time when expectations of growing world demand for food are taking over the local and international discussion," he notes.
Biotechnology Guaranteed US$ 100 K To Average Brazilian Corn Growers In Four Years, According To ABRASEM
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