[GRAPHIC OMITTED] Since the 1990s, agriculture has become a business like any other economic activity," says Jean-Claude Autrey, director of the Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute.
What does SIRI stand for?
SIRI stands for Sugar Industry Research Institute (Jamaica)
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We have 20 other meanings of SIRI in our Acronym Attic
- Sydney Immigration Residential Housing (est. 2006; Australia)
- Salon International de la Restauration, de l’Hôtellerie et de l’Alimentation (French: International Hotel Catering and Food Trade Exhibition; Lyon, France)
- Southern Iowa Regional Housing Authority
- Susanville Indian Rancheria Housing Authority (Susanville, CA)
- Système d'Information des Ressources Humaines de l'Education Nationale (French: Information System Human Resources National Education)
- Safety Information Resources on the Internet
- Safety Information Resources, Inc.
- Semiconductor Industry Research Institute (est. 1994; Japan)
- Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.
- Speech Interpretation and Recognition Interface (software)
- Sustainable Investment Research International Group
- Strategic Issues Research Institute of the United States
- Shepparton Irrigation Region Implementation Committee (Australia)
- Sistema Integrado de Registo e Identificação Civil (Portuguese: Integrated System for Civil Registration and Identification)
- Soybean Insect Research Information Center (Urbana, Illinois)
- Scottish Institute for Research in Investment and Finance (UK)
- Social Investment Re-Insurance Facility (microfinance)
- Semiconductor Industry Research Institute Japan
- Site Item Reportability and Issue Management
- Standards & Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia
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Whereas the crops total surface area is likely to diminish - from 83,000 ha in 1994 to 71,000 ha by the year 2000 - experts at the Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute are introducing cane varieties that have greater pest resistance and need less fertilizer.