Agriculture

Agriculture

Agriculture in Cameroon is a key sector of the economy, employing 42.2% of the population and accounting for about 17.0% of GDP. The country's agriculture has been actively developing in recent decades, but a number of factors prevent a significant increase in productivity
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Today, China is known primarily as a state with a developed industry that produces and exports almost all types of products, including high-tech ones. Nevertheless, agriculture continues to play a significant role in the country's economy, and China is among the world's largest producers and exporters of agricultural products.
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The sector accounts for about 2.4% of GDP and 2.9% of the employed population. At the same time, the government and business are making significant efforts to increase agricultural production
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According to the results of 9 months of 2023, the profitability of the floriculture industry in Russia was up to 40.27%, which is the highest indicator for the same period over the past 6 years
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The agricultural sector plays a minor role in the Kuwaiti economy, accounting for 0.5% of GDP and about 2% of the employed population. More than 90% of the country's territory is occupied by the desert and is unsuitable for agricultural activities.
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In 2023, Russia increased the volume of exports of agricultural products to Algeria by 20%. Over the past 5 years, the indicator has increased almost 5 times.
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Since 2017, Russia has recorded an annual increase in raw milk production. According to Rosstat, over the past six years, the country has increased the production of milk by 9.3%, to 33 million tons.
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According to the Russian Grain Union, from July to December, the Russian Federation achieved nearly 60% of its annual grain export potential and may approach February 15 with a volume below the established export quota, which remains valid from February 15 to June 30, 2024
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Most of the chickpea production is concentrated in Central Anatolia in the vicinity of the cities of Ankara, Yozgat, Kirshehir, Konya, Karaman and Chorum. In 2022, 580.0 thousand tons of chickpeas were produced in Turkey, which is 22.1% more than in 2021.
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The agricultural sector plays an important role in the Turkish economy and is developing dynamically: agricultural input in GDP more than doubled from $24 billion to $58 billion in 2002-2022. 
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