(Sold Out!) Latest Developments in Brazilian Agribusiness

(Sold Out!) Latest Developments in Brazilian Agribusiness

Join Us on April 18, 2017 Time: 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM Location: 1185 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York
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"Brazil stands among the worlds foremost agricultural producers, and its farm exports contribute decisively to food security of nations and populations on all continents. The farm sector currently accounts for 21.5% of Brazil's Gross Domestic Products and for half of its export earnings, thereby contributing toward economic well-being and social stability. Though Brazilian farmers enjoy no subsidies, they remain competitive on international markets.  Brazil is the worlds largest exporter of sugar, coffee, orange juice, soy beans, and chicken. And stands among the leading exporters of products, such as corn, soybean oil and beef. Notwithstanding such achievements, there is still space for diversification and productivity gains.  Brazil can count upon significant competitive advantages, including vast areas of arable land, immense natural reserves, and among the worlds largest fresh water resources. Brazil has made great strides in agricultural research and technology, thereby increasing yields, while exercising social responsibility and environmental sustainability." 
The Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, EMBRAPA

Moderator
Thomas DeCoeneCEO, GCA LLC

Speakers
Sergio BuenoPartner, Agricola Rio Galhao

Renato Cavalini, Managing Partner and Senior Vice President, Brookfield Brazil

Henrique Americano de Freitas, Executive Vice President and South America CEO, Westchester Group

Mark Moore, Manager, Bunge Global Agribusiness

Rafael Pilla, Founder, FARM Investimentos

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Event Topic

Latest Developments in Brazilian Agribusiness

Type of Event

Breakfast Seminar

Date of Event

April 18, 2017
8:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Event Registration Fees

Member: $ 35.00 Non Member: $ 70.00

Location

1185 Avenue of the Americas
34th Floor
New York, New York 10036
United States