Source: Pioneer Hi-Bred
Increased agricultural productivity in developing countries can increase national security, but it requires supportive governments, a holistic approach and local implementation, Paul Schickler, president, DuPont business Pioneer Hi-Bred, told attendees at The Chicago Council's Symposium on Global Agriculture and Food Security last week.

Senior leaders from the Obama administration, U.S. Congress, business, policy, NGO and international organizations discussed policy and implementation challenges confronting U.S. and international food security activities and its contribution to national security.

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