“Black Sea Grain-2017”: French Economist to Make an Outlook for Development of the Global Grains Market
French economist, Philippe Chalmin, will make a macroeconomic outlook for development of the global grains industry in 2017 within the XIV International Conference “Black Sea Grain: Wind of Change”. Expert’s presentation will address the following questions:
1. Main drivers for further growth of global grain production
2. Are there any possibilities to alter the trend of increasing consumption?
3. Trends in global consumption. Where is the biggest demand?
4. How can this situation be solved? (directed relations between buyers and sellers, the role of intermediaries)
5. The role of state agrarian policy
6. Competitiveness of the main production regions
Philippe Chalmin is a professor of economic history at Paris-Dauphine University and a founding chairman of CyclOpe – leading European commodity research institute.
Philippe Chalmin has a keen interest to agricultural matters and presently chairs the French Observatory on food prices and margins set up by the French government. He was also a member of the Council of Economic Advisors in the Prime Minister’s office and the chief economist of Euler credit insurance group.
Mr Chalmin holds a doctorate in history from the Sorbonne and is an author of more than thirty books on economies, agriculture and food, history and international affairs.
XIV International Conference “Black Sea Grain: Wind of Change will take place on April 5-6 2017 in InterContinental hotel, Kiev, Ukraine. Organizer – UkrAgroConsult, General Sponsor – Actava Trading, Sponsor - Filhet-Allard Maritime.
To register and view the Agenda visit the Conference website.
Take advantage of Discounted registration rate – EUR 840 till Dec 31, 2016!
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