Why the GCC and Britain are collaborating for food security

By: agxio | 20 Oct 2020

The GCC states have launched agritech programmes and are working to facilitate global agribusiness trade and diversify international food sources.

As the Gulf region looks to beef up its food security strategy amid the coronavirus pandemic, the UK is seeking to outsource its farming expertise to Middle Eastern shores.

In a region that imports up to 90 per cent of its food, policy makers are leveraging global agritech innovation across robotics, big data, engineering, water management and farm science to optimise scarce natural resources as the population expands.

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