Caribbean govts look to boost food production

Caribbean governments are studying ways to give farmers tax breaks and improve irrigation systems to boost local food production.

Government leaders at a two-day emergency summit in Guyana are seeking ways to drive down soaring food prices.

Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo said that Caribbean nations should encourage residents to eat local produce and take unspecified measures to ensure that it is cheaper than US and European imports.

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