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Public private partnership in agriculture: the Mitagri’s perspectives
The agriculture industry is typically and generally a more fragile and vulnerable sector. All the governments of the developed and developing countries are doing their best to offer their concerted support to the sustainable development of the agriculture industry. However, governmental monetary measure is always limited in terms of resources. It is very important for the government to organize and coordinate all of the social resources together. PPP, or the public private partnership could be a useful and helpful mechanism for the government to achieve the goals of macro synergy. In other words, PPP could act as a steppingstone for public, private sectors, and as a very competent platform between government and non-governmental organizations. Taiwan is a small island country with limited and scarce natural resources. Typically, there exists a small-scale farming situation. Since Taiwan agricultural industry is a small-scale farming one, the system integration of PPP on agricultural development is necessary and inevitable nowadays. Mitagri is a young, innovative and newly established small and medium agricultural export-oriented enterprise in Taiwan. Its non-profit trading mission is highly involved with ministerial authorities on agricultural trade issues. Since Mitagri is highly active and staminal, it could be the appropriate platform on PPP in agriculture.
PPP, Public Private Partnership, Mitagri, Taiwan
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