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Vanuatu agriculture gets EU, New Zealand aid

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New Zealand's Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced a partnership with the European Union and Vanuatu's government, aimed at supporting sustainable agricultural development.

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Murray McCully said the deal would see New Zealand and the EU provide support to Vanuatu's agricultural sector, in the hope of boosting productivity and returns for producers. It will initially focus on the beef industry.

McCully is currently on a tour of four Pacific countries with EU representatives, as the two donors look to collaborate further.


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