Is the war against Ukraine already priced in the grain values?

After the start of the Black Sea conflict, countries in the region were challenged to be (and have been) reliable suppliers in the face of uncertainty and supply chain disruptions, and exports from these areas will remain the focus of international attention to fill the gap left as Ukraine's grain production and trade will continue to suffer in the years to come.
Join to listen the real market players from the Balkans, Central Europe and Black Sea

The most important event for Central and East European agriculture, EuroGrainHub Exchange & Forum brings to the fore a discussion panel with the topic:
Black Sea, Balkan and Central/Eastern European Countries:
At the pole position on the grain export line

The forum discussion will be moderated by Sergey Feofilov – CEO of UkrAgroConsult.

Top experts and specialists from the major grain associations and trading companies in the region will discuss the future prospects of grain trade: Learn more about the brilliant bios of these experts here and do not miss to personally meet them in Bucharest this April. Do not miss your top discussion panel for Black Sea, Balkans and Eastern Europe! 
Join the real market players from the region to ensure your business thrives, even in the current conditions of economic uncertainty and geopolitical risk.

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