(Photo: Peterson (left) and Benedetti (right) talked about the bilateral agenda)
Buenos Aires, April 24th. Yesterday, Wednesday, April 23rd, the chairman of the Agriculture and Livestock Committee from the Argentina Representatives House, Atilio Benedetti, met his counterpart in the US Congress, Representative Collin Peterson.
“They talked about the bilateral agenda, the common ground of Argentina and the US in the rural life, and about continuing the G20 previous talking”, a Benedetti adviser told to eFarmNewsAr.com.
Benedetti is a representative for the official coalition Cambiemos, from Entre Ríos province, and a businessman linked with the farming and agribusiness. His family owns Tierra Greda, a company based at Larroque (Entre Rios) which runs poultry and hog production, grain and agricultural inputs commercialization and farm cash crops like soybean, corn, and wheat.
Benedetti is dealing to boost strategic issues, like a new Plant Breeders Act. His advisors anticipated to eFarmNewsAr.com that to discuss a new Warrants Act, coming from the Senate, is the top priority in the next weeks.