The „Ag Machinery International 2019“ provides information on key topics in countries with significant demand and potential for agricultural machinery products.
The two events illustrate the challenges of large-scale farming in important agricultural regions as well as consequences of the “BREXIT” on the European farming community.
Both conferences consist of market reports, high-level key-note speakers and opinions from farmers and key actors from the industry. Finally, there will be a panel discussion followed by a round of questions from the audience.
Subsequently to the conferences, there will be a reception where you can meet and have an exchange with the experts and members of the international delegations.
Agricultural commodity analyst, Commodity research team, Commerzbank AG
Dr Michaela Kuhl is responsible for market analysis and price forecasts in the agriculturals sector. After a degree in economics, she worked as a research associate at the universities of Frankfurt and Giessen while doing her PhD. After completing her doctoral degree at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Frankfurt and serving as an acting professor at the Faculty of Agriculture at the Technical University of Munich, Dr Kuhl joined Commerzbank in 2000, where she worked in various areas of economic analysis. She will present key trends in global agricultural markets and present implications for large-scale farming operations.
Institute of Market Analysis, Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institute
With more than 15 years’ experience in quantitative analyses of agricultural policy and international trade, he will discuss the far-reaching consequences of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union has. In particular, trade relations between European countries will need to be realigned, and analysis of the potential impact of Brexit on the German and European agricultural sectors has been at the heart of Banse’s recent work.