PRLog - Feb. 5, 2013 - A positive outlook awaits the rubber commodity market particularly in Myanmar as it becomes an investment focal point thanks to favorable agro-business regulations, resources, and attractive foreign investment law set in place.
3rd RubberPlant Summit
Apart from the opening address by Myanmar’s Ministry of Agriculture & Irrigation (MOAI), the 3rd RubberPlant Summit presents Mr. John McClure, Business Development Manager at LMC International delivering a paper on global outlook and price movement for 2013, plus Dr. Myat Thu, Senior Staff Officer of the MOAI zooming into Myanmar’s rubber plantation and production situation, agronomic practices, costs, yield and quality.
Elaborating on land and commercial matters are Ministry of Forestry’s Staff Officer, Mr. Min Zaw Oo and Dawei Rubber Planters & Producers Association’
The Summit also offers updates on Indonesia’s and Philippines’
To complement the main summit, the organizer has incorporated an optional “A-Z Site Assessment for Plantations Myanmar” workshop that focuses on fine assessment and evaluation of sites along with soils and climates suitable for the various kinds of intercropping.
The 3rd RubberPlant Summit is an annual meet where plantation owners, agribusiness investors, R&D institutions, traders, regulatory officials, financiers, legal experts, and senior management from the tire/latex, forestry/timber, fertilizer/crop protection and rubber technology sectors convene for updates and networking.
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