International opportunities for all

June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/23/2006 Supplement, Vol. 144, p32
Trade Publication
The article features international opportunities for British agriculturists and international visitors at the Royal Show in England. It has key industry professionals from different countries who are present to encourage and promote opportunities for Great Britain's businesses overseas, as well as inward trade from companies outside the country. The International Agriculture & Technology Centre is a government-funded trade development organization that assists British agri-technology and related companies to improve their international trade competitiveness through exports or joint ventures and promotion of inward investment in the country.


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