In a global trade environment challenged by tariffs and tensions, emerging markets for grains and ethanol provided a bright spot for US farmers, agribusinesses and industry officials at the US Grains Council’s 58th Annual Board of Delegates meeting in Denver.
Shultz, Ramy Taieb and Alvaro Cordero speak about the Middle East's demand for
US grains products at a panel in Denver|
Image credit: USGC
The Council’s Middle East and Africa Director Ramy Taieb and Manager of Global Trade Alvaro Cordero spoke on a panel moderated by the Council’s Senior Director of Global Strategies Kurt Shultz, highlighting the Middle East and North Africa as a 10 million metric ton (394 million bushel) market for US grains in all forms.
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