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Russian Grain Union opens registration for the XXI International Grain Round

14 May 20201 min reading

The registration for the XXI International Grain Round “Grain Market- yesterday, today, tomorrow” September 22-25, 2020 (Gelendzhik, Russia) has been started, the Russian Grain Union announced.

In the framework of the XXI International Grain Round «Grain market – yesterday, today, tomorrow» there will be considered modern problems of state regulation of the grain market functioning, future development of the agroindustrial complex in new economic conditions, forecasts of production, price development and conditions on the grain market, the use of new production technologies, grain processing and storage, transport development and financial infrastructure.

More than 1200 representatives from more than 30 countries are expected to take part in the event this year. Among participants there are leaders of grain sector, heads of operator-companies of the grain market, transport companies, organizations which are responsible for infrastructure in this sector as well as the leading manufacturers from more than 40 federal subjects of the Russian Federation. “Along with the highly topical conference program, participants will be offered the best conditions for business meetings, negotiations with partners, company presentations.” Russian Grain Union said.

For more detailed information about the participation conditions, advertising services and sponsorship, please, contact the organizers: tag@grun.ru or tds@grun.ru

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