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Year 2019 Number 1-2

January - February

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African agriculture: new leaderships and climate change

The most authoritative international observers report interesting transformations in the African economy, not least as a result of some new political leaderships. The agricultural and agro-industrial sector is at the center of the positive dynamics highlighted in some countries, even if the increasing presence of investors coming from the eastern countries for European companies is a variable to be dealt with. Climate change is more than ever a risk for the African agricultural economy, and research programs are already in place to develop effective cultivation systems and viable alternatives

Year 2018 Number 10-11

October - November

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Cooperation and agricultural mechanization: Report of the 2015-2017 tenders

The complex world of international tenders is represented by a multitude of players, such as institutions dedicated to the food sector, and others focused on development. In the three-year period 2015-2017 were published 285 tenders concerning, exclusively or partially, the purchase of machinery and equipment for agriculture

Year 2018 Number 6

June

Scenario

Agri-food companies strengthened by the crisis

Stronger, innovative and export-oriented. Italian agri-food companies are strengthened after the long recession that hit the country between 2011 and 2016. This fact is supported by a Nomisma study that makes a check-up of the sector to assess how the country responded to the challenge of a crisis that lasted more than five years.

Year 2018 Number 4-5

April - May

Scenario

MENA Countries: a future in the agrofood sector

In the economic area embracing the Middle East and North Africa, more emphasis is given to the strategy of diversification of activities, that are now less concentrated around oil and increasingly directed towards agriculture and the agrofood sector. With these new chains, the demand for mechanization at all levels is increasing and, with it, business opportunities for the industries of the sector. The projections related to trade are alarming, with growing partnerships with China, India and Turkey on one side and, on the other side, a decline for France and Italy
HAPE 4 - 7 giugno 2019 Poznan (Polonia)
info@mtp.pl
AGRO KIEV 4 - 7 giugno 2019 Kiev (Ucraina)
alex@agroexpo.com.ua
BAUMA CTT MOSCOW 4 - 7 giugno 2019 Crocus Expo Mosca (Russia)
info@bauma-ctt.com
BELAGRO 4 - 9 giugno 2019 Minsk (Bielorussia)
minskexpo@solo.by / tanya@minskexpo.com
SIMA ASEAN 5 - 7 giugno 2019 Bangkok (Thailandia)
ajjimar@impact.co.th
AUTOMECHANIKA DUBAI 10 - 12 giugno 2019 Dubai (Emirati Arabi)
automechanika@uae.messefrankfurt.com
AGROEXPO UZBEKISTAN 10 - 12 giugno Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
ADMA AGRISHOW 13 - 15 giugno 2019 Borrowdale Race Course Harare (Zimbabwe)
ryan@loadagropower.co.zw / adma@daviesevents.com
FIELDAYS 12 - 15 giugno 2019 Hamilton (Nuova Zelanda)
info@fieldays.co.nz
AGRITEC AFRICA 19 - 21 giugno 2019 Kenyatta International Conference Center, Nairobi (KENYA)