New Zealand’s primary sector must grapple with a range of global forces impacting on society and food producers – if it wants to remain relevant to the world’s agri-food markets of 2050. That is one of the key themes delivered in Volume 2 of the 2014 KPMG Agribusiness Agenda.
Titled “Exploring our Global Future”, this is the second of two volumes in the 2014 Agribusiness Agenda series.
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