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    Contact us

    AMIS Secretariat
    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
    Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
    00153 Rome, Italy

    Tel: (+39) 06 570 53539
    Fax: (+39) 06 570 53152
    Email: [email protected]

    AMIS teams up with Global Grain Geneva

    30 Oct 2020

    This year for the first time, AMIS?teams up with Global Grain Geneva to present latest developments and the AMIS outlook for global food commodity markets in an online conference open to the public. While discussions of the international supply and demand situation are usually reserved to official country representatives in the Global Food Market Information Group, opening up to the public is hoped to further strengthen visibility and relevance of AMIS assessments to help promote market transparency.

    On 18 November, an expert panel of selected AMIS cuntry focal points will discuss trends and challenges in the global maize and soybean market. Countries represented will include Brazil, South Africa, Ukraine and the United States.

    On 19 November, two separate expert panels will review recent developments in the rice and wheat market, including AMIS country representatives from Australia, Canada, China and the EU.

    For registration and further information, please consult the website of Global Grain Geneva.

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