Kazakhstan: agribusiness transformation within current challenges
Kazakhstan: agribusiness transformation within current challenges – this topic will bepresented by Victor Aslanov, Head of Grain&Oilseeds Kazakhstan research buro at the XIV International Conference “Black Sea Grain-2017”.
As noted by the speaker, Kazakhstan is on the verge of making important decisions. In his presentation, Victor will examine the latest developments and achievements in the agrarian sector of Kazakhstan, will talk on the main market trends, export and logistics corridors in Central Asia, government's state program "Agribusiness in 2017-2021", results of the newly launched system of electronic grain receipts and other market aspects.
Victor has over 10 years of experience in analysis of agricultural market, 17 years expertise in related industries. Research Bureau "Grain&Oilseeds.Kazakhstan" is involved in coverage of agro-industrial complex in Kazakhstan and Asian countries, dialogue with members of agri market, production of analytical reviews and other information services.
At the moment over 150 companies from 35 countries worldwide have registered to participate in the conference.
Conference Agenda and the list of registered companies are available online.
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, Exclusive Financial Sponsor – Credit Agriocle Bank, Exchange Sponsor – CME Group, Sponsor - Filhet-Allard Maritime. The event is supported by GAFTA.
Get involved and benefit from qualification and networking. Discounted Registration rate is valid till March 15, 2017.
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