The global grain trade: constrained supply, growing demand
China has continued to be a strong importer of Australian wheat despite an ongoing political spat between the countries. Furthermore, wheat consumption is set to rise over the coming years due to increased proportion of wheat in Chinese feed mix, and recovery for the Chinese hog market from African swine fever which gripped the industry in 2020.
Yet will the big grains and oilseeds producers: US, South America, Australia, and India, be able to supply the market given concerns of a second La Nina, domestic food security issues and poor projected yields?
Will a mix of these conditions encourage a further price rally?
Join us to gain key insights on; outlooks for the corn, wheat and soybean markets, dry-bulk shipping and logistics, China’s demand, US soybean feed demand versus biofuels, and how supply tightness will affect Asian demand centers.
Understand what’s driving grains and oilseeds markets, with 5 hours of deep and broad content to help you find solutions to your challenges and understand the opportunities the new planting season can bring.
Grains and Oilseeds Conference is part of Asia Agriculture Week – 4 days of essential information focusing on; Grains and Oilseeds, Sugar, Vegetable Oils and Biofuels, & Rice.