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Latin America Focus

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Issue 2#, May 2021
 Upcoming magazine: 2021 Latin America Focus
     Despite the continuing overall impact of COVID-19, we have seen the rise of some promising agricultural sectors in Latin America. In this year’s Latin America Focus issue, we will further explore these fast-growing areas.
     Digital edition will be delivered to 120,000+ global email subscribers; 5,000 hardcopies will be distributed at the trade shows.
     Sponsorship and advertising are now open for booking, and the magazine will be published on 30th July, 2021.
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Articles from Gold Sponsors of past issues:

TAGROS | Ready for the Latam harvest
King Quenson: Focusing on a “Niche” Strategy and Delivering Brand Value through Partnership(I)
Ourofino Agrociência: Thought for Brazil
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