Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and US to produce more food and fertilizers

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) believes that food-importing countries will pay more but receive less in 2022 due to the war in Ukraine.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The United States, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, and Canada adopted the Joint Declaration of agricultural exporters, which includes an increase in food and fertilizer production, reported the head of US diplomacy for Latin America, Brian Nichols.

"Together, we will increase food production for export, fertilizer production and transportation, and agricultural efficiency," he said in a tweet, specifying that the declaration was adopted during the Summit of the Americas . . .

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