Biotechnology to kick-start Africa’s industrialisation

Technology is enhancing the way we do business – it’s revolutionising and adapting it. Across the world, countries are adopting new technologies to help improve their economy and production rates.

Africa, a continent on the rise in terms of economy and population, is beginning to enhance some of the new technologies that experts are declaring as “the future”. As of recent, biotechnology has caught the attention of scientists analysing Africa as a possible way of improving its economy.

Already, scientists are turning their attention to the continent, and stating that an industrial development strategy could be built on the back of Africa’s fundamental agricultural sector – putting biotechnology forward as a means to support improved yields, value addition and services that feed into the whole agro-processing value chain.

This post was syndicated from CGTN Africa. Click here to read the full text on the website.

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