Compagnie Fruitière and CIRAD combine to produce three million seedlings in Abidjan
The joint venture, Vitropic Africa, targets the West African market and, in the longer term, South America.
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▪ Compagnie Fruitière and CIRAD combine to produce three million seedlings in Abidjan
▪ The joint venture, Vitropic Africa, targets the West African market and, in the longer term, South America.
Based in Abidjan, Vitropic Africa is equally owned by Compagnie Fruitière, a fruit producer from Marseille, headed by Jérôme Fabre, and Vitropic SA, an industrial in vitro culture laboratory controlled by the Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD), Africa Business+ has learned.
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