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Western France to benefit from agriculture agreement

France’s national institute for agricultural research, Inra, has signed a partnership agreement with the regional council of Brittany to support research, innovation and training.

The agreement, signed on 5 December in Rennes, is due to last for three years. It is aimed at promoting the development of competitive and sustainable agriculture and agri-food systems in the traditionally agriculture-based Grand-Ouest region of France.

Inra is France’s second-largest public research institute, behind the CNRS. It has 18 regional centres, one of which is based in Rennes and employs about 700 permanent staff.

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