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Sweden gives SEK 40 million to help developing countries meet farm trade standards

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The government of Sweden is pledging SEK 40 million (approximately CHF 4.2 million) over the period 2020-2023 to help developing and least-developed countries (LDCs) participate more actively in agricultural trade. This grant to the Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF) aims to support developing countries in complying with international food safety, animal and plant health standards. The objective is to increase their access to global and regional markets and contribute to sustainable economic growth, food security and poverty reduction, in line with the STDF’s Strategy (2020-2024).

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