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‘Agri-business approach a new step'

HYDERABAD: Revenue Minister N. Raghuveera Reddy on Thursday underscored the importance of the agri-business approach as a new step in promoting agriculture.

At the valedictory of a global agri-business incubation conference held at ICRISAT here, he said though India is self-sustainable in agriculture now, it may again have to face the challenge of food security due to shrinking land holdings and climate change, as well as people moving out of agriculture. “Agri-business can be a solution to this situation,” he said. ICRISAT Director-General William Dar said there is an urgent need to address major challenges currently facing agriculture. At the inaugural of a global agri-business incubation meet here, he said rising production costs and political turmoil in oil-producing countries are converging to create a ‘perfect storm'.

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