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VIDEO — CRC hosts conversation on “Scaling Up the Philippine Agribusiness by Integrating Smallholder Farms” under its IGNITE AsiaPacific Discussion Series

By |April 7th, 2021|CRC Events, CRC Publications, Food and Agribusiness, Ignite AsiaPacific, IGNITE AsiaPacific Discussion Series, News, Social Economics, Trends, University News|

PASIG CITY -- The small size of #farmholdings in the Philippines has always been cited as a key structural reason why Philippine #Agribusiness has struggled over the decades. But if there was a way to integrate the outputs of these farms, the resulting synergies would bring about economic success without abandoning the social justice gains ... continue reading

Villegas says co-operatives, smallholder consolidation schemes could be keys to efficient agricultural production

By |February 4th, 2021|CRC Events, CRC International Investor Roadshows, Food and Agribusiness, News, Research Findings, Social Economics, Trends, University News|

Pasig City -- If the Philippines wants its agricultural production to be efficient, then it needs to find more imaginative ways of helping the Philippines’ many small farmowners to work together, says eminent Filipino economist Dr. Bernardo M. Villegas in a recently released video from the Center for Research and Communication, where he answered audience ... continue reading