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Peru: There is a great need to inject agricultural investors with a dose of confidence

Fruits
Peru
Innovation & Technology
Published Nov 2, 2023

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Eduardo de la Puente, an expert in B2B product development in Latin America's agro-industrial sector, discussed the challenges and outlook for agricultural exports in 2024. He emphasized the importance of legal stability and infrastructure development for the industry's growth and investment. De la Puente also highlighted Peru's agricultural growth in the past two decades but noted that the country's export offerings are still limited compared to other global players.
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Eduardo de la Puente, outstanding engineer, consultant and expert in the development and introduction of B2B products in Latin America with a focus on technological solutions for agro-industrial companies, former Country Manager of TOMRA Fresh Food, spoke with Portalfrutícola.com about the stage of the fruit final stretch and agricultural 2023 and what is coming for this 2024. For de la Puente, 2024 is seen as a year again with many challenges for agricultural exports and all the companies that provide services or offer products, all hope that the effects of El Niño Coastal are moderate in order to recover production volumes. In this sense, legal stability is fundamental for development and investment, in which guarantees and infrastructure are offered for the development of productive activities. He adds that in agriculture it is very important to pay special attention to how this activity is planned, which factors we can control and which ones to minimize, taking special care in ...
Source: MXfruit
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