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Big farm opportunities seen for business in 2030 U.N. goals

OSLO (Reuters) - Businesses could earn hundreds of billions of dollars a year by 2030 by investing in better agriculture and food ranging from micro-irrigation of crops to reduced waste, an international study said on Friday.
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