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AGCO (Your Agriculture Company) has announced the "Africa Ambassador Contest", which is to hold in Germany.

1.Minimum age: twenty-one (21) years old
2.Proof of African origin and valid passport from an African country
3.Presently residing in an African country
4.Fluent in spoken English
5. Contest open to both male and female aspirants
6.Successful candidates must be available to participate in the 'International Green Week' Fair (January 17-26, 2014)

1.Representing your Africa for AGCO as an AGCO Africa Ambassador at the International Green Week fair in Berlin, Germany from January 17-26, 2014
2.$10,000.00 cash award at the beginning of the one-year contract.
3.Reimbursement for all reasonable travelling expenses solely related to participation as the AGCO Africa Ambassador

You could be the next AGCO Africa Ambassador.
Go to for details.


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