According to him, this collaboration is one of BNI's commitments as a development agent to support resilience as well as strengthen the food agriculture sector.
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"We thank the government for the opportunity for BNI to play a more active role in accelerating the transformation of the agricultural sector. We believe this program can help increase national food production," he concluded.
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