Black sea grains confernce
More than 700 delegates from 50 countries expected to attend.
Photo courtesy of the InterContinental Hotel.
KIEV, UKRAINE – Issues and prospects of the global and Black Sea agriculture commodity markets will be discussed during the Black Sea Grain 2017 conference, April 5-6, at the InterContinental Hotel, Kiev, Ukraine.

Since its inception in 2004, the event has become a key annual global grain forum. Participants will learn about the latest drivers of the agricultural market, how to adjust business strategies in a rapidly changing world and make new contacts with global leaders in agribusiness.

More than 700 delegates from 50 countries are expected to attend. They represent more than 500 agribusinesses including producers, traders, crushers, banks, logistics and more.

Some key issues to be addressed during this year’s event include increases in global debts; commodity market crisis of 2013-16 and forecast demand in 2017-18; grain and oilseed exports in the Black Sea region; capital markets and development of the global agrarian sector; intensifying competition in the commodity/raw material markets; Asian destinations as drivers of agricultural markets growth; Black Sea agrarian policy; grain quality analysis; Black Sea export logistics; and climate change. 

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