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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Sep 3, 2013 06:53 AM CDT

I'm in Argentina this week getting my first taste of the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists annual convention, which has been an enlightening experience.

IFAJ has been bringing together agricultural journalists since its first meeting in Paris in 1959. This week marks the first time the association has held its meeting in a Latin American country. That also translates into the first time Latin America has been able to showcase its agricultural production to a mix of agricultural reporters from around the world. Roughly 30 of the 150 or so journalists at the IFAJ events are from Latin America.

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