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UkrAgroConsult invites you to participate in The Seventh International Conference

“Black Sea Grain - 2010”




Date: May 19-20, 2010

Place: InterContinental Hotel, Kiev, Ukraine.

The Conference aims:

Discuss the results of development of the ag sector of the Black Sea countries in 2000s, role of Asian economies as growth drivers of the global ag produce production and consumption, outlook of bank lending and investments in agrarian production, prospects of grain trade pools and unions in short- and medium-term outlook.


The International Conference ”Black Sea Region: Agrarian Strategies 2010+” is a great chance to improve the trade policies of the traders in our fast-changing world and offers a great opportunity to develop close contacts between big Ag Enterprises, other farmers, traders, grains and oilseeds buyers.


Markets to be considered:

Global markets, Black Sea markets (Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan), analysis of the South East Asian markets. The discussions and networking will enrich your trading policies with more effective tools.


Topics to be discussed: 
• Will the global grain and oilseeds markets be stable or fluctuate sharply?

• Preliminary results of the 2009/10 season

• Is financial crisis in the ag sector over? Ag Sector in Black Sea countries: is it possible to determine the time of serious crediting growth?

• Agrarian strategies of the Black Sea countries in the current fast-changing world.

• Grains and oilseeds crop forecast in 2010 season in Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan.

• Crop margins and structure in 2010-2012.

• SWAP operations: excess to new markets and improvement of logistic schemes?

The Round table will be devoted to the Results of the Agrarian Reforms in the Black Sea countries in 2000-2010 


Notes. More than 450 representatives of trading and product companies participated in the Conference “Black Sea Grain-2009”. Leading exporters, grain buyers, holdings, large farms, banks and insurance companies sent their representatives to take part in the Conference. Companies from more than 40 countries were interested in the Conference. Informal communication and nice conditions for networking helped to increase the number of partners and to exchange views about the key market trends.


Sponsors of the previous conferences: Bunge, Glencore, Serna, Alfred C.Toepfer International Group, Cargill, NWG, AllseedsGroup, CHS, Nibulon, Silo Bag, ING bank, FINANSBANK (HOLLAND) N.V, Bank Forum.

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