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Isolina Boto posted Information 24 October 2017

Agriculture and Tourism are two critical industries for most Pacific economies, and strengthening linkages between the two will provide new income generation and growth opportunities for value chain actors serving the broader tourism market.

Isolina Boto posted Information 24 October 2017

Vanuatu’s fledgling Aelan Chocolate makers has had a successful year winning recognition at the inaugural New Zealand Chocolate Awards 2017.

Isolina Boto posted Information 3 October 2017

China and São Tomé and Príncipe signed a trade, economic and technical cooperation agreement during a visit by Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Qian Keming to the archipelago, China’s ambassador to São Tomé and Príncipe.

Isolina Boto posted Information 3 October 2017

Agriculture officials in St Lucia are in discussions about an insurance and pension scheme as part of the new programme for agriculture.

Isolina Boto posted Information 7 September 2017

The European Union and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat have signed a Financing Agreement to tackle the root causes of gender inequality and violence against women and girls in the Pacific.

Isolina Boto posted Information 1 August 2017

The European Union is undertaking discusssions in the Pacific on the replacement for the Cotonou Agreement with the African Caribbean and Pacific group of countries.

Isolina Boto posted Information 31 July 2017

Minister for Agriculture Inia Seruiratu signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with non-resident ambassador of Israel Tibor Schlosser, who signed the MOU on behalf of "MASHAV" - Israel's Agency for International Development Co-operation.

Isolina Boto posted Information 31 July 2017

A mobile phone application that helps record small-scale fish catches was launched this month by the Cook Islands.

Isolina Boto posted Information 31 July 2017

The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Laaulialemalietoa Leuatea Schmidt, launched four major initiatives to boost the development of the Fisheries sector last week.

Held at the Fisheries Wharf, the initiatives included:

Isolina Boto posted Information 31 July 2017

Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Karl Samuda is assuring coffee farmers and the dairy industry that the introduction of US chain Starbucks to Jamaica will be good for both local industries.

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