Argentina unveils national plan for technology, innovation


Argentine President Alberto Fernandez on Thursday unveiled the country’s National Plan for Science, Technology and Innovation 2030, an initiative that will target poverty eradication and food sovereignty.

Argentina has “everything” it needs to reach the “scientific and technological development we want,” said Fernandez during a ceremony at the Bicentennial Museum of the Casa Rosada, according to a press release from the presidency.

“As a country we have the resources that the world demands, such as renewable and clean energies, and food. We have the great possibility of being suppliers to the world,” Fernandez said.—Xinhua


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