Cuban farmers to boost replacement of imports

Through greater effort, especially by carrying out actions for high productive yields, Cuban farmers are now boosting their contributions to food and the replacement of imports.
Tuesday 22 June 2010 (7 years 10 months 29 days ago)
Through greater effort, especially by carrying out actions for high productive yields, Cuban farmers are now boosting their contributions to food and the replacement of imports.

A large part of nearly 40 agreements adopted by the congress commission on production and economy are closely targeted at importing less and promoting exports based on more efficient production.

Increasing yields for rice, beans, corn, milk, meat, coffee and other crops, as well as developing a national base of animal feed, is the most efficient way to save almost 800 million dollars in imports.

According to positive results in pork production, and the high costs in hard currency of importing feed for that line, the congress decided that growth in this line should be achieved without further imports.

http://www.cubaheadlines.com/2010/06/17/22138/cuban_farmers_boost_replacement_imports.html#ixzz0r6Kb9ERR

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