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“We have a business model to build alliances.”

“We have a business model to build alliances.”
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Nicolás Maduro promised this Wednesday that several investors from at least seven countries have visited the country to view their lands and evaluate business opportunities in the agricultural sector.

“I tell them there are people who want to come and manufacture. Investors have come from countries like Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, etc. They have come to see lands in Venezuela. “We have a business model for them to come in and produce 100,000, 200,000, 300,000 hectares in an alliance,” he said.

During a function telecasted by state channel VTVAs a result of these alliances the country can sell “a good part” of the production to these countries, which will generate income, while the other part will be used to supply the internal market.

Venezuela, he pointed out It has 30 million hectares of “good land, with water (and) a stable and favorable climate throughout the year”. are “ready” for planting.

On July 20, the Minister of Agriculture and Lands, Wilmar Castro Sodelto, announced that his Turkish counterpart, Vahid Girishi, is visiting Venezuela to promote the development of the agricultural sector as part of recent agreements signed between the two countries.

According to Castro, Girishi recognized the country’s “production potential” and promised that “private and public Turkish investors will be interested in planting and harvesting.” Venezuela.

For his part, the Turkish minister noted on his Twitter account that they carried out “technical inspections from the air and from the ground”. He also expressed hope that the visit will further enhance the bilateral cooperative relations between the two countries.

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