FAO to report about development of the market of oilseeds in Morocco at the International Trading Summit: Grains & Oilseeds 2013
According to the international experts, Morocco is steadily increasing the import volumes of oilseeds, such as sunflower seed and soybeans. According to the estimations of the USDA, during recent three seasons the imports of sunflower seed to Morocco have totaled nearly 180 thsd tonnes, including 18 thsd tonnes in 2011/12 MY. In the season-2012/13 it is forecasted to increase to 40 thsd tonnes.
As for soybeans imports, in 2009/10-2011/12 MY, the country purchased nearly 360 thsd tonnes of the oilseed on the foreign markets, including 76 thsd tonnes in the season-2011/12.
The representatives of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) will provide more detailed information on development of the market of oilseeds in Morocco within the Eighth International Trading Summit: Grains & Oilseeds 2013 (March 6-7, Casablanca, Morocco).
APK-Inform Agency is the organizer of the event.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations plays the leading role in the international activity to defeat hunger. FAO serves for both developed and developing countries, and acts as the neutral forum, where all states meet on the equal basis to discuss agreements and debate the policy. FAO is also the source of knowledge and information.
As a reminder, the National Federation of Millers of Morocco, Italian Flour Millers Association ITALMOPA, Ukrainian Grain Association, Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation, the Association "Ukroliyaprom", the Iranian Association of vegetable oils producers, and the Iranian cooperative of oilseeds and vegetable oils processors provide support to the International Trading Summit: Grains & Oilseeds 2013.
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