Nov 18, 2021
November 18, 2021 | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm SGT | Online
Given global food supply chains have been rocked by the pandemic, agriculture commodities prices have skyrocketed. A key indicator for global food prices, the UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index, reported that the cost of its basket of agricultural commodities was up by 40% in 2021, yet rice prices have largely fallen. But why, and can this trend continue?
Looking forward there are reduced rice production in some regions, mixed demand and stock outlooks and ongoing supply and logistical issues, so could we see a shift in market dynamics and rice prices soar?
Join Day Four of S&P Global Platts Asia Agriculture Week, to gain key insights on consumption patterns, supply chain bottlenecks, China’s rice export intentions, the future of japonica and long-grain rice, and more!
Understand what’s driving rice 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.
Rice Conference is part of Asia Agriculture Week – 4 days of essential information focusing on; Grains and Oilseeds, Sugar, Vegetable Oils and Biofuels, & Rice.
With added networking opportunities, you will be able to virtually meet key decision-makers across the supply chains; growers, producers, refiners, traders, buyers and more, ensuring you stay connected to the community.