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The Diplomat Conference: The regional context now and how it impacts the agro-food sector

The Diplomat-Bucharest magazine is organizing on December 11, at InterContinental Hotel Bucharest, the fourth edition of Romanian AgriBusiness Forum 2014, by putting forward the theme of The regional context now and how it impacts the agro-food sector in Romania.

2014-12-09 12:19:45

The event benefits from the support of strategic partners McGuireWoods Romania and National Federation Pro-Agro, with partners Agrana, APCPR, Cris-Tim and Smithfield.

For this year edition, the Forum aims at gathering at the same table leaders and decision makers in agro-food business, associations and regulatory organisms, together with officials of ministries, for a dialogue meant to highlight the main aspects governing the current regional setting and its impact on the agro-food business in Romania:

- Which are the triggers able to produce a more coherent dynamic for enforcing the merchandise trading flow in this sector
- Which types of formal organizational structures exist at present for agro-food producers?
- What perils show on the road and how can they be transformed in opportunities for producers and distributors in Romania
- Which are the success stories written so far in this industry, with regard to the relationship between Romanian producers and large retailers?

By this event, we invite to join for an open dialogue the key representatives of all segments that define the agro-food business in Romania, in the context of a fiscal and legal frame that forms the basement of all operations in the industry: fiscal measures, protection measures for domestic market, EU financing, state aid, the regulatory frame of agriculture products and reverse charge for agro-food products.

EVENT AGENDA and INVITED PANELISTS
FIRST SESSION

8:30-9:00 Welcome coffee and registering guests

9:00-9:20 Official Opening offered by Daniel Constantin, Deputy Prime-Minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development;

9:20-10:50 Reducing of tax fraud for agro-good products
Moderator: Alex Jurconi, President, National Federation PRO AGRO

Dan Manolescu*, State Secretary, Ministry of Public Finance
Radu Timis, Vice-president, Romanian Meat Association (RMA)
Ioan Ladosi, President of Association of Pork Meat Producers in Romania
Grigore Horoi, President of Agricola group of companies
Camelia Sucu, Owner of Piata de Gros
Emilian Dobrescu, President of Romania Sugar Association

10:50-11:10 Cofee Break

SECOND SESSION

11:10-12:40 Actual regional context and its impact on agro-food sector
Moderator: Nadia Crisan, General Manager, McGuireWoods Romania

Dumitru Daniel Botanoiu, State Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
Dr.Lenuta Ichim, deputy State Secretary, VicePresident ANSVSA
Laurentiu Rebega, Member of AGRI Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, European Parliament
Dorin Cojocaru, President, Romanian Diary Industry Association
Aurel Popescu, President Rompan


The events website: http://agribusiness2014.thediplomat.ro/



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