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FAO: Major shifts expected in operations

03-01-2012. José Graziano da Silva, new Director-General details his plans and unveils the approach to implementation. He is striving for sensible changes in operations. A focus is on agricultural production of regional crops. FAO's revised policy will have significant repercussions in the organisation, for its present partners, and the programmatic fight against hunger. Opportunities and constraints. A report by João F. Santos Pessoa and Wolf G Kroner on the inaugural press conference of FAO’s incoming Director-General at Rome.

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