Agriculture Should be a Close Companion

The Vietnamese agricultural sector’s high growth of 5.5% as compared with other Southeast Asian countries has led to stable growth and the ability to combat poverty. However, the Mekong River Delta, which accounts for 32% of the country’s farming land, is highly underutilized and unproductive due to outdated postharvest technology. Additionally, facilities such as warehouses and processing equipment are inadequate, and farmer adoption of helpful practices after workshops was extremely low, keeping the region behind at 3.6% annual growth rate. The article outlines potential strategies to improve the region’s growth, especially in terms of PHL.

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