22.08.2019
In January this year tropical fruit producer Dole closed its maintenance workshop in port of Limón, Costa Rica, laying off 240 workers. But in a welcome move in an area of high unemployment, the multinational has agreed to loan its workshop facilities to an engineering maintenance cooperative set up by the laid off workers. The Coopesitraco R.L is made up of 124 of the former Dole employees and has signed an... Read more...
The Colombian Agricultural Institute (ICA) has this week confirmed the presence of the banana disease Fusarium Wilt tropical race IV (TR4) in the country and has declared a national emergency with Read more...
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