How are countries addressing digital agriculture? 10 June 22 Javier Morales Fhon

In general, many countries include the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the agriculture sector as part of their national digital strategies or their rural policies.

Recent Cullen International global research shows that Australia, China, Japan and Korea already have comprehensive national digital agriculture strategies in place, and India is in the process of building one.

In Brazil, the European Union (EU), Singapore, South Africa and the US digital innovation in the agriculture sector is being implemented with significant projects and initiatives, in some cases with sub-national scope.

The full report covers 10 jurisdictions, including Australia, Brazil, China, the EU, India, Japan, Korea, Singapore, South Africa and the US.

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