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To address unstable performance, the study conducted in collaboration with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), recommended, in particular, promoting more intensive production systems in best suited regions in the north and centre of the country, said FAO Economist Lisa Paglietti.
Although China accounts for around 40% of the total pork production North America has advanced intensive production system.
Contract notice: Renewal of a computing solution in production: acquisition of a bay fast storage, a fast parallel file system and system integration in an environment of intensive production on behalf of the institute of astrophysics paris, under the planck project.
Bauxite can be processed to make alumina; and coal can be used to power the energy intensive production process.
During the same period a 27 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions throughout the world resulting from less carbon intensive production processes.
Some of the only ways of producing food 365 days of the year in the livestock field is by intensive production of eggs - the battery system - intensive production of chicken and turkeys - the broiler system - and the modified growing system for pigs.
Tiny yields make for concentrated wines that thanks to labour intensive production are not cheap, but are worth every penny.
The wages - the lowest in the district - were no incentive to intensive production, they claimed yesterday, when the 11-month-old children's wear factory closed down.