Vietnam and Brazil to cooperate in sugarcane, corn, soybean, coffee production and animal feed processing
Vietnam and Brazil have agreed to cooperate with each other in sugarcane, corn and soybean and coffee production, and in animal feed processing during talks between their agricultural ministers in Hanoi on September 16. Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong said Vietnam has a developing husbandry industry which needs about 20 million tonnes of animal feed each year.
The sector is forecast to grow about 10 percent in the coming time, he said, noting that up to 6 million tonnes of corn, millions of tonnes of soybeans and other products are needed to meet its demand.
The minister suggested Brazil supply Vietnam with technologies and machines in animal feed production.
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