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Chemicals - Fertilizers

IX international conference CIS Fertilizers 2012, 16-18 May 2012, Bristol Hotel, Odessa, Ukraine

6.2.2012




CIS Fertilizers 2012: facts, events, results

Conference programme:

3 plenary sessions, 12 presentations, 2 roundtable discussion, individual negotiations.


Conference main topics:
  • World fertilizer market in 2012 and its influence on the CIS markets
  • CIS fertilizers and raw materials external markets and domestic trade
  • Domestic CIS Market: the role of traders, sales networks, new opportunities for business development
  • Agricultural production in the CIS countries

Speakers and commentators:

Agron, Chem-Courier, CRU Strategies, DZMU, EuroChem, FAO-RNE, Freight One, Grain Alliance/Agrido, HARMELIA, Integer Research, K+S Kali GmbH, KazAzot, Maxam-Chirchik, Markazsanoateksport, Metal Expert Freight, Phosphorit, Ukrainian Agro-industrial Group,
Uralchem, Valars Group/Valinor.

Round-table discussions questions:

- How will change positions of major world suppliers (incl. China and MENA countries)?
- How will change positions of major consumers - countries of Indian sub-continent (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh) and countries of Latin America?
- How important is the European market for export supplies of raw materials and fertilizers and how economical situation could influence the demand?
- What are perspectives of the CIS exporters at the external markets?
- Russian Market: Russias plans to join the WTO and the potential impact on the industry of fertilizers?
- How does Ukrainian producers merger affects domestic market structure?
- Peculiarities of trading activity on the CIS fertilizers market
- Russian products on Ukrainian market
- Additional opportunities for traders to expand products assortment and regional presence CIS traders practice

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