Food provision of global population faces new challenges and uncertainties with increasing frequency for both buyers and sellers. Global factors are becoming less stable and predictable.
Increasing climatic anomalies and economic recessions as well as informational chaos and demographical uncertainty are among the key factors that could have just the opposite influence on food supply and demand trends in the coming 50 years.
- could the global areas decrease and the structure of agricultural areas change under the influence of climatic changes?
- how could the consumer purchasing power and the need for food in the world change?
- are the outlooks of food production development based on the expected world population growth still relevant?
- how do the current information models influence the economy trends?
These and many other global issues to be discussed by experts at #GMD CONFERENCE 2020: SUMMER EDITION within the panel discussion Global food market: objective reality, doubtful future? moderated by the Head of the Business project unit at APK-Inform, Andriy Kupchenko.