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Officials of the Secretariat of Government of Agribusiness and of the Embassy of Australia met and shared a presentation on the development of the sector in new technologies for the agricultural sector.
At the AgTech meeting, representatives of the private sector and officials exchanged experiences and analyzed opportunities for bilateral cooperation.
Luis Miguel Etchevehere led the meeting with the head of the Economic Sector of the Embassy of Australia, Norma Ramiro, and Eduardo SĂˇnchez Ferreira, from the economic office of the entity.
Urriza said there is a lot of potential to interact between the two countries in the AgTech sector and pointed out that the biggest challenge is to maximize that potential with the association that companies can make to export products and services developed by both countries to the rest of the world.
In his presentation, Ramiro addressed the development of the sector in Australia, the capacities, actors and objectives, with the aim of promoting synergy between firms from both countries.
After the presentation, opinions were exchanged with Argentine companies and authorities and a brief question session was held.
On July 25, 2018, the agribusiness portfolios of both countries signed a joint declaration "High Level Dialogue on Agriculture between Argentina and Australia", based on the principles established in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). for Cooperation on Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, signed between Argentina and Australia on October 30, 2015.
That was the starting point of the actions that were taken, particularly on agricultural technology and development of research and bilateral extension.
The meeting was held in the Microcinema room of the Secretariat, and was attended by the director of Extensive Crops and Delegations, MartĂn Moreno. Representatives of Auravant, Grupo Los Grobo, Geoagris, Milar agricultural technology, S4, among others, participated in the private sector.
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