The five-year partnership aims to develop joint and specific actions to strengthen decision-making related to shrimp production.
June 28, 2021
The Aquatic Resources Authority of Panama (ARAP) and the Institute for Agricultural Innovation (IDIAP) signed a framework cooperation agreement to develop techniques that contribute to the genetic improvement of shrimp production, as part of the economic reactivation plan promoted by the Panamanian government.
The five-year partnership aims to develop joint and specific actions to strengthen decision-making related to shrimp production. The partnership will be led by IDIAP that will also establish technical standards for the application of shrimp products.
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