India's Reddy: food demand to stay high

Y.V. Reddy, the governor of the Reserve Bank of India, believes demand for agricultural products will remain high for the next two to three decades.

"India will play a dominant role in contributing to both global demand and global supply," Reddy said. "Agriculture will be increasingly more diversified and not confined to food crops. Scientific agriculture is and will be the key for the future."

"The path ahead is far from smooth, and traversing this path requires constant efforts, vigilance and

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