Chilean Delegation Seeks Agricultural Collaboration with India

A high level agricultural Chilean delegation is arriving on Monday in India to talk about the new strategic guidelines of the Ministry of Agriculture of the South American country, according to an article on FinancialExpress.com.

According to diplomatic sources “the agenda of the Chilean delegation includes a visit to the Institute of Agricultural Research and a meeting at the Ministry of Agriculture with the objective of discussing the access and opening of the markets to the products of Chile in India and vice-versa, as well as the cooperation and the possibilities of joint work in the agricultural field.”

“India represents a strategic market for the growth and diversification of Chilean exports in the world. For this reason, the Chilean authorities and exporters carry out strong efforts and a permanent work rapprochement and promotion towards the Indian market,” said the diplomat.

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