Declining demand could be further compounded by foreign exchange rates as the US dollar strengthens against South East Asian currencies devaluing to close to the 1997-98 Asian crisis levels.
Producers and suppliers continue to recognise the importance of the region and as end-users are increasingly educated on quality and origins competition for market share keeps prices low. Government policy, weather and logistics also continue to impact the grains and oilseeds markets.
China’s demand may be stuttering and worrying signs have been seen in their economy this year, but will this see a dramatic knock on effect to other Asian countries or will we see slow growth replaced by slower decline?
Global Grain Asia 2016
Global Grain Asia has established itself as the market leader for both timely content and excellent networking opportunities, connecting the global community for grains and oilseeds with the largest demand market.
The conference will once again bring expert speakers together to focus on the region’s consumption trends and trading opportunities in the context of global production outlooks and macroeconomic conditions.
Key topics will include:
- The impact of the Chinese and South East Asian macro-economy on the grains and oilseeds market
- Global grains and oilseeds outlook: Highlights and conclusions for the current year and observations for the 2015/16 season
- The quality and price requirements for Asia Pacific millers
- Who is best positioned to satisfy Asian demand?
- Real Chinese grain demand and the impact of a China slowdown on the grains and oilseeds market
New: Complimentary passes
A limited number of complimentary passes are available to Asia-Pacific feed and flour millers.
To apply, please fill in this form.