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Executive Talk


Global Grain Asia

 

 

Date:                     March 9 - 11, 2020
  
Venue:                  Grand Copthorne Waterfront , Singapore
 
Organiser:            Global Grain Events
  
Tel:                       + 44 02077072222
  
Email:                   info@ggrain.com
  
Website:               www.globalgrainevents.com/asia
 

Singapore is the trading hub of reference for more than 2bn people in the APAC region, therefore stable supply is paramount for the local food and feed millers. However, political uncertainties (Argentina's taxation on exports, the volatile US-China relations) coupled with the impact of the African Swine Fever on the regional pork industry, and the climate impact on crops (spanning from the Australian drought to the Canadian wet summer), impact severely the market dynamics.

 

For this reason, Global Grain Asia is held in Singapore on March 9-11, 2020 (Overview | Global Grain Asia | GlobalGrain) provides an excellent platform to discuss the market disruptions and trade volatility with industry peers.

 

To capture a greater part of market complexity, this year Global Grain is introducing a Latin America Forum on the 9th of March, the day prior to the main conference. This initiative aims to offer the South East Asian buyers a more detailed knowledge of one of their key supply markets, and at the same time to offer Latin American companies a platform to communicate with potential customers at a time of market uncertainty.


 

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