Mexico’s agriculture subsidy program has been widely criticized as “bizarre” and “inflated” over the past two decades, as the country’s economy has grown significantly faster than anticipated.
Now the country may have an answer to that criticism, as its agricultural development agency, CITES, has announced that it will soon begin granting subsidies to agricultural producers, which will allow them to purchase more land and increase their capacity to produce.
The move is part of a wider plan to overhaul Mexico’s food security, and is part, according to the agency, of a plan to “transform the agriculture sector into a sector with a much higher capacity to absorb shocks in terms of prices, prices, and prices,” which is what happened in recent years.CITES is an international network of countries that oversee the allocation of food subsidies to producers.
This means that it is the only organization in the world that actually sets the global agricultural sector prices.
It is also responsible for ensuring that farmers receive subsidies on their land.
The announcement comes as Mexico is facing a food crisis.
According to the country, it has the highest food prices in the hemisphere.
According the latest figures from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization, the country has the largest gap between what it pays farmers for land and what it can afford to pay them.
The country is also facing an acute shortage of food, with the country relying on imports of wheat, rice, corn, and potatoes, among other crops.
CITes has been trying to help farmers with the subsidies they receive by investing in new projects, such as new farm buildings and new equipment.
The agency also helps farmers with land registration and other forms of farming information.
According to CITews, the program is set to be rolled out by the end of next year.
In a statement, CIBE (Mexico’s agriculture department) said the program will be financed through “agricultural development grants, agricultural development grants for small and medium enterprises, and agri-business loans.”
The agency said it is expected to “accelerate the allocation to agriculture producers by 2020 and will support them to grow in capacity to export and to expand production through investment in new, better-equipped farms.”