The bioeconomy presents a great potential, as it can maintain and create economic growth especially in underdeveloped, rural areas in Africa. It is a unique opportunity for the integration of small-scale farmers and/or foresters into primary production and processing industries.
The bioeconomy presents a great potential, especially for 3rd world countries. The issues and outcomes are the same as e.g. in Europe: Creation of rural enterprises (=jobs) by creating agriculture and/or forestry-based economies that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
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