The agricultural production of Fuerteventura grew 13.5% last year reported by the cooperative Agricola del Tomate de Gran Tarajal, when primary sector representatives in Fuerteventura held talks to meet the advances and challenges that the sector is facing.
This meeting was attended by the President of the Canary Islands, Fernando Clavijo, who reflected on the vagaries of European politics, and said that uncertainty in Europe should not affect the progress made in the primary sector, and that it is important to maintain and fight for everything included in the REF (Economic and Fiscal Regime of the Canary Islands) regarding the agricultural sector.
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