Francisco Turra, Brazilian Animal Protein Association CEO, will discuss prospects of producing field and country exporter lecture during the International Congress of Agrarian Law and Agribusiness, to be held tomorrow (07), in Brasília (DF).
Former Minister of Agriculture, Turra participate in the panel “Challenges of Brazilian agribusiness in Brazil and the world.” On the occasion, will discuss current situation and prospects of international trade in grains and protein from Brazil, highlighting the challenges the country will have to overcome to maintain its competitiveness as a global exporter.
The chairman of ABPA have confirmed participation in the panel the president of the Agricultural Parliamentary Front, Federal Deputy Tereza Cristina Correa da Costa Dias, Congressman and Senator – elect Luis Carlos Heinze and the Ambassador of China in Brazil, Li Jinzhang. The chairman of the Special Committee on Agrarian Law and Agribusiness of the Federal Council of the Bar Association of Brazil (OAB), Ricardo Alfonsin Barbosa will be the panel mediator. Wilfrido Augusto Marques, president of the International Agribusiness Superior School, will be the discussant.
“The event is a valuable opportunity to gather different perspectives on a broad debate on the future of agribusiness in Brazil and its role as a partner for global food security,” says Turra.
The Congress is sponsored by the Federal Council of the Bar Association of Brazil (OAB). Admission is free.