Chairman of LMC International Ltd - key speaker at VegOils Trade Outlook- 2014
APK-Inform Agency continues its preparation works to organize the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook- 2014", to be held during the exhibition OFI Turkey 2014, organized by OFI (Oils & Fats International) in conjunction with APK-Inform on May 13-14, 2014, in Istanbul (Congress Center ICC).
Thus, Dr. James Fry, Chairman of the board of LMC International Ltd., will provide the keynote report on "Price formation: impact factors, forecasts” within frames of the conference.
Dr. James Fry - Chairman of LMC International Ltd. Dr. Fry was educated at Oxford University, where he obtained an MA in Mathematics and a Doctorate in Economics. After teaching Economics at Magdalen College, Oxford University, in 1980 Dr Fry jointly founded LMC International, and is the company's Chairman. He continues to devote almost all his time to the company's research and consultancy activity.
Note. LMC International is a privately owned company, founded in 1980, now with offices in Oxford, New York, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. In Latin America the company works closely with a partner organisation, Canaplan, in Sao Paolo. LMC provides market intelligence, analysis and advice to clients who include most of the major companies and organisations around the world involved with agricultural commodities, foods, industrial materials, biofuels and their end-markets. LMC is entirely independent and does not trade, broker, offer finance or produce any commodity, therefore the company has no conflicts of interest.
You can communicate with the representative of LMC International Ltd, and learn more about development of the world market of vegetable oils in the current season, by taking part in the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook- 2014".
You can become acquainted with the conference program, and fill in the application form for participation at the web-site of the event.
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