Ukrainian Grain Congress 2010

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Our company worked in the expo zone of the congress having the stand with the materials and presentation on the services that might be rendered to the participants of the congress as ILO is an experienced player on the market related to settlement of disputes in the London Maritime Arbitrators Association and on the stage of sea carriage and grain handling in the ports.


 The main aim of the present congress was to define the Ukrainian grain market development for the nearest 10 years up to 2020, to estimate the role and place of the Ukrainian agricultural complex in the world agricultural business and to create the partnership mechanism for the agricultural business and the state.


 The official support was rendered by the Vice-Minister of Ukraine on Agricultural Policy, GAFTA and the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation.


 Representatives of the leading world and Ukrainian companies, operating on the grain market, and representatives of the government and non-governmental institutions, consulting agencies, mass media and scientific institutions took part in the congress.


The leading analysts of the grain market of Ukraine and other countries of the world including non-governmental international organizations were the speakers at that event. {BR}{BR} One of the most important speeches was made by the Minister of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine, Nikolay Prysiaghniuk. The whole agrarian society was looking forward to that speech as it was related to the imposition of grain export quotas.


 As a reminder, on October 7 Nikolay Prysiaghniuk announced that on October 4 the Government of Ukraine considered the project of the decree on grain quotas imposition, but it was decided to work-out the document.


 The Minister of Agrarian Policy announced that the issue on the volumes of quotas, terms for their distribution and validity was still being discussed.


Besides, Mr. Prysiaghniuk declared against the quotas selling by auctions. He also noted that quoting shall be introduced before 01 January 2011 but he did not state the very date when that introduction would come into force.


The Ukrainian Grain Congress was a favourable opportunity for all the participants of the Ukrainian grain market to share the experience and strengthen the partnership relations between domestic and foreign grain producers as well as investors of grain production and its infrastructure.


125 delegates from 20 countries of the world took part in the Congress.


International Law Offices highly estimates the importance of the congress for the participants of the agrarian market and the benefit that such event can bring to our company. The partners thank the organizer, APK-Inform Agency, namely, Rodion Rybchinskiy for the possibility to take part in such event and for the great organization of the congress.