Caught in the middle of the entire process of the negotiations are farmers who are more concerned over starting the crop to avoid incurring losses for this crop season. The situation is becoming risky for these farmers as each week passes and no settlement is reached between the BSCFA and BSI/ASR. It is understood that given the risks involved, some directors have expressed the intent of taking up the company’s offer presented months ago and sign the agreement individually. While the start of the crop is important to all stakeholders, and while he has expressed his personal interest in it starting, Cansino says they are concerned about this.
Ezekiel Cansino - Chairman of the Committee of Management
“The 18 directors are aware and are concern about this and we know that it is not the best thing to do to go individually to sign with BSI but I don’t know what will happen exactly after this general and one or two director have commented on that, that if something goes wrong they might take that option to go by branch and sign this agreement.”
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