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“We see that due to our resources, we can produce quality goods within the country and I am sure they will be in demand,” Dvorkovich told a US Chamber of Commerce conference.
“There are certain risks but we are confident there will be demand,” he said, adding that this might take more than a year, “or probably 10 years”, in some food categories.
“In particular, dairy products are among the most complex sectors. We can attain very good results within three to five years,” Dvorkovich said.