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In our yesterday’s Page 1 story titled ‘Cargills looks to modernise agriculture supply chain as cost of local produce remains high’, several paragraphs were inadvertently quoted due to a technical error.
Only the following paragraphs should be attributed to Cargills (Ceylon) PLC Chairman Louis Page and the rest of the content are views of the Mirror Business editorial team.
“Produce in Sri Lanka is expensive compared with regional peers, while farmers are also at the mercy of the climate.”
“For the first phase of the programme, 80 small-scale farmers were selected from three collection centres in different ecological zones.”
 We regret the error.

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