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Synonyms for agribusiness

a large-scale farming enterprise

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Agribusinesses may benefit from shifting away from long, complex agreements and instead leaning on contracts with simple and succinct language.
VALUE4HER a joint initiative of CTA, the Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) and the African Women in Agribusiness Network (AWAN), will help women to develop agribusinesses and to derive more income from agri-food markets.
A previous study showed that market-oriented agribusinesses are highly innovative and achieve superior performance (Micheels & Gow, 2008).
Four notions of competitiveness emerged, after a comprehensive study of the evolution of the competitiveness theory, as important in the context of agribusinesses operating for gains in the new globalized world economy, namely:
Ag producers can post their asking price privately for their selected agribusinesses to review and the system will automatically provide both e-mail and text message notifications when a buyer accepts.
MOO seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the DAXglobal Agribusiness Index (DXAG), a basket of the securities of 40 agribusinesses listed on global exchanges.
The shrinking farm base, industry consolidation, product commoditization and global competition are all contributing to the need for agribusinesses to seek transformational insight to create a superior and differentiated experience for customers.
HH: We provide custom financial service programs for agribusinesses. We have program solutions for input wholesalers and retailers, equipment manufacturers, commodity merchandisers and finance companies.
150-251 Midpark Blvd, S.E., Calgary, AB T2X 1S3; 403/256-1229, 888/861-8333, FAX: 888/303-1188 Web site: Year established: 1988 Number of employees: 16 Pres/CEO: Gordon Butcher ( Bus Dev Mgr: Arron Madson ( HR Mgr: Steve Peddle ( Products: Customized sales and service solutions for agribusinesses using the power of peer to peer contact; typically increase sales 20 percent to 50 percent or lower service costs by 50 percent or more
Hog and poultry producers and agribusinesses. 12 times a year.