International experts at the 9th SugarWorld ASIA Summit in Yangon on 28-30 April, 2013 will take a broad view on global sugar outlook, starting from world’s leading sugar producer, Brazil, before zooming into Asia’s market such as Philippines, Cambodia and China.
Currently, global sugar prices are weak and cheaper imports in the international playground are putting downward pressure on China’s domestic sugar market, prompting the Chinese government to implement limits to sugar imports to better protect the domestic market.
In Philippines, sugar producers and farmers are planning to increase production as demand in Asia is expected to increase significantly over the next five years. However, production costs would be an issue as production efficiency is still not up to expectation.
Join Vice Chairman of China Sugar Association, Mr. Liu Hande, and Sugar Regulatory Administrator, Ms. Regina Bautista-Martin, as they elaborate on China’s Sugar Production & Import Outlook, and Philippines’ Sugar Market Outlook & Preparation for AFTA 2015 respectively.
A must-attend for all sugar industry stakeholders, the event is the perfect networking platform for C-level professionals from investment firms, equity/fund management companies, plantation companies, sugar & sweeteners manufacturers, trading companies, consumer markets, F&B sector, ethanol producers, machinery suppliers, logistics companies and many more.
On top of the one and half day summit, you’ll also have the option to sign up for 2 separately bookable programs below:
1) Pre-Summit Workshop on LAND & Land Lease Contracts – Legal, Commercial & Tax Aspects
2) Post-Summit Workshop on Optimizing & Innovation in Brazil’s Sugar Cane Industry
View the FULL 3-day program agenda and accompanying workshops here.
For more information on attending the summit as a delegate, speaker, exhibitor or sponsor, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at Tel. +65 6346 9218.