What impact the imports of sunflower oil to India to make on the Black sea market?
APK-Inform Agency continues preparation works for the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook - 2014", to be held within frames of 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, AliMuhammad Lakdawala, Assistant Procurement Manager at Edible Oils & Fats department, ITC Ltd., is the key speaker of the second session of the conference "S&D balances: demand is the driver". He will report on trends of the demand and imports on the Indian market of vegetable oils. In addition, within the specified session the invited speakers from the Black Sea region will discuss the main issues of both the domestic and export markets. The impact of the Indian imports of sunflower oil on the Black Sea market is the key topic for discussion.
Note. AliMuhammad Lakdawala is an Assistant Procurement Manager at Edible Oils & Fats department at the India's largest conglomerate of consumer goods - ITC Ltd. Prior to joining ITC Ltd. he was a Commodity Analyst (Energy & Oilseeds) at the Indian company AnandRathi Commodities Ltd., where he worked directly with three different directions (energy resources, edible oils, and oilseeds and spices). The results of his work were published in such international publications such as Bloomberg, Dowjones, Reuters, Economic Times, etc. For many time A.Lakdawala appeared as a speaker at various events, and was nominated for a leading analyst in the field of energy resources in India.
The professional activity of A.Lakdawala is not limited to India only, as he also studied certain aspects of the African market of maize and oilseeds.
You can contact with the representative of ITC Ltd., by taking part in the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook - 2014".
Here you can become acquainted with the program of the conference, and fill in the application form for participation.
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