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São Paulo's Global Agribusiness Forum brings together governments and business leaders to discuss sustainable agricultural solutions and policies

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Apex Brasil sponsors the forum and the business director also talks on the panel about agriculture and the future of agriculture from the lens of international trade

Sao paulo, July 25, 2022 / PRNewswire /-Today, the 5th edition of the Global Agribusiness Forum has begun in São Paulo. Brazil.. Over the next two days, agribusiness sector experts, leaders and investors will meet for thought-provoking discussions centered on food security, sustainability and sustainable food systems, food waste reduction and more. increase. Apex Brasil, the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, has been a long-time sponsor of the Global Agribusiness Forum, along with other organizations that support and contribute to the growth, innovation and sustainability of the global agricultural industry.

Lucas Fiusa, Apex Brasil’s Business Director will participate in the forum “Business Environment and Market Access” panel.With other prominent leaders, including ambassadors Suresh ReddyIndian Ambassador BrazilAlfredo Paseyro, Board Member, Maizall & ASA Executive Director – Asociación Semilleros Argentinos; Juan Manuel San ClementeCoordinator of Agricultural Program of Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Columbia – Fiusa talks about how governments can transform agriculture. More specifically, acclaimed panels provide more effective access to profitable trade markets around the world by helping farmers build connections at all stages of the production chain. Learn how you can.

Other notable panels will focus on timely and pressing topics and feature other notable Brazilian speakers throughout the public and private sectors. Leonardo Vichala RochaWorld Bank Senior Agricultural Economist Brazil, Marian CresporiniExamples include Adriana Aroulho, Ph.D. in Economic Development and former Director of the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, and CEO of SAP Brasil. The session will explore the opportunities that exist to build relationships between the family farming business and the larger global agribusiness industry, natural resources such as water and soil, from case study discussions on working efficient regulation and public policy. It extends to how to use and store it better, and how to do it. Biotechnology has the power and potential to change the future of agriculture, fisheries and forestry.

Prior to the start of the forum, Fiusa said: “The urgency of conversations about how to feed future generations is higher than ever. Over the next 30 years, the world’s population will grow by 2 billion, ultimately leading to a 56% increase. 2010 Demand for food is increasing when compared to demand in the world. Recent global events could exacerbate this, and global food prices are June 2022 compared to January 2021Supply chain disruption, ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and Europe.. Brazil It plays an important role in the discussion of reversing these trends. Consider FAO and OECD ranks Brazil As the world’s second largest supplier of food and agricultural products. By 2050, experts predict Brazil Become the world’s leading food supplier and contribute up to 40% of the world’s food production. Brazil With the help of foreign investors, new trade relations and emerging technologies, it is estimated to be capable of increasing crop production by 266% in 40 years. “

The Global Agribusiness Forum is an important gathering of minds organized by several major Brazilian organizations, solutions to tackle challenges and build a more sustainable social, economic and environmental future. Discuss about. Agribusiness professionals interested in attending the forum today and / or tomorrow are still accepting registrations and are available here. For more information on other trading sectors supported by ApexBrasil, please visit

About Apex Brasil

The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (ApexBrasil) is working to promote Brazilian products and services abroad and to attract foreign investment into the strategic sector of the Brazilian economy. ApexBrasil has organized several initiatives aimed at promoting Brazil’s exports abroad. Agency efforts include trade and future missions, business rounds, support for Brazilian companies’ participation in major international trade fairs, arrangements for technical visits by buyers and opinion manufacturers to learn about Brazil’s production structure, and overseas. Country branding. ApexBrasil also has foreign direct investment (FDI) Brazil, Work to identify business opportunities, promote strategic events and provide assistance to foreign investors seeking to allocate resources in Brazil. ApexBrasil is an institution linked to the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Itamaraty).

Media contacts

Mackenzie Nailer
Ruder Finn – PR representing Apex Brasil in the United States
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