Russia agriculture after introduction of food sanctions in 2014

  • 24 Oct 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Royal Danish Embassy, Moscow.
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Agriculture in Russia:

Situation after introduction of food sanctions in 2014.

Challenges and perspectives in meat and milk production

Since Russia in 2014 introduced sanctions on food import, Russia’s agriculture and food industry have shown remarkable growth and development. The lower value of the rouble and two record harvests in 2016 and 2017 have further facilitated and enforced the growth and development.

It is therefore time to take a closer look at agriculture and agro-industry in Russia.

We are happy to inform you that our two members:

Ms. Olga Kostina, Business Development Director, ‘Danish Farm Concept’,

and

Ms. Inna Nikulina, Project Manager, OOO SKIOLD

have accepted to make a presentation to members of Danish Business Club about the situation in the perspectives of meat and milk production”.

Olga and Inna will include a short presentation of their  two companies.

The meeting is free of charge for members of DBC and so are sandwiches and soft drinks before and after the presentation.

Looking forward to see you all at the presentation

The Board of DBC

   

Together with sponsors:

 

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