According to Malacanang, the Philippines, and the US have decided to expand their agricultural collaboration…
China and PH will increase their agricultural cooperation
China and the Philippines will start discussing how to improve their agricultural cooperation.
According to Ana Abejuela, Agriculture Counselor at the Philippine Embassy in Beijing, “There are high-level officials from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) who will visit the Philippines to talk about how to jump-start the agriculture cooperation between the two countries,” in an interview with the Serbisyo Filipino-China Media Group (SF-CMG) on May 10.
The officials are anticipated to show up next month, according to Abejuela.
That is the covering of the present action plan with MARA, she added, “and during the meeting with these high-level officials from MARA, we will talk about projects that could be done from this year up to 2025.”
The two countries signed a collaborative action plan for 2023–2025 on agricultural and fisheries cooperation between the Department of Agriculture (DA) of the Philippines and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China.
She added that a corporate group from China will also be arriving to investigate potential investments in the agricultural industry.
During the visit of MARA officials, a forum on agricultural cooperation between China and the Philippines will also be held, according to Abejuela.
“The cooperation on agriculture between China and the Philippines is good, and the future is also good. There is a good future to look on,” she remarked.
The People’s Republic of China’s most recent data revealed that China made a significant contribution to the nation’s total export value.
As of March of this year, China accounted for $1.42 billion in exports, or 21.8 percent of all monthly exports.
According to Abejuela, the Philippines exported more than 200 metric tons of agricultural goods to China as of the end of April.
One of these is an experimental durian shipment.
The initial comment regarding the exported durian was positive, according to Abejuela. Hopefully, we can add frozen durian [exports] this year.
So she continued that maybe next year, mangosteen from the Philippines will also enter China. “They will also inspect our mangosteen this October.”
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