Investment opportunities, policies and attributes of commercial farming in Africa unveiled at 2nd Commercial Farm Africa in Dubai!
PR Web | 6 December 2011

Elevated commodity prices and growing global concerns over food security are driving investment in African Commercial Farming. Africa is attracting a wide variety of foreign investors eager to facilitate growth in the agricultural sector through commercial expansion. As Investments in Sub-Saharan Africa's agriculture reach new horizons, CMT is hosting 2nd Commercial Farm Africa to unveil specifics on opportunities, land utilization & investment policies, real farm owner's case study and more.

Convening on 31 January - 1 February 2012 in Dubai, 2nd Commercial Farm Africa features world-class panel of experts and in-depth analysis of industry outlook on land utilization & investment policies in Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, Sudan, Namibia, Ghana and Ethiopia.

Supported by SGS as Corporate Sponsor and CNH as exclusive afternoon networking reception host, the conference promises excellent platform for delegates to interact and forge valuable business relations in an informed setting.

With "New Structures Of Agri-Investment" as the theme, the 2-day conference program highlights include first-hand insights from:
Rounding up the above sessions, is a panel discussion on the topic "Opportunities & Challenges of Public-Private Partnership in Africa", that will feature Sudhakar Tomar, Managing Director from HAKAN Agro DMCC and Berhane Fesseha, Deputy Project Manager of Saudi Star Plc. as key panelists.

One may access the official event page for full program agenda. For registrations or more information on the summit, contact Grace Oh at (65) 63469147

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