The exporters’ room complements arrangements for the Fifth World Conference on Oil Grains

The Fifth World Conference on Oil Grains, to be held at the Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum, is taking place on 18 and 19 November, with the participation of local quality and 150 international companies, as an extension of the private sector’s vision to upgrade Sudanese exports.

The President of the National Chamber of Exporters, Mr. Omar Bashir Al-Khalifa, said in press statements that the Fifth Oil Grain Conference was in implementation of the Chamber’s strategic plan, as part of a series of conferences and exhibitions to be implemented by each people. The Conference was similar to global conferences currently being held in China, India and Ethand Eth.

Khalifa added that for the first time, it will address the reversal of the activity of promising new crops, specifically soybeans and corn shamia, indicating that the current production season has had favourable opportunities to achieve vertically high productions, which requires promotion, marketing, export flow and entry into new markets.

He stressed that the exporter’s position still lacked ambition and expected that the coming period would meet the growing demand.

He explained that most Chinese and Indian foreign markets, the Middle East market, the Maghreb markets and Europe lose much of their inventories and are less than the size and need of their demand, noting that the country and the competent authorities are currently required to solve internal problems and meet the demands of balancing domestic and global prices so as to facilitate the flow of exports and meet the figures announced by exporters.

For his part, the Secretary-General of the National Chamber of Exporters, Mr. Mamoon Qili, said that the Fifth Oil Grain Conference was a good platform for the promotion of oil grain products in the country. He said that the conference will see a distinct global participation of 150 foreign companies, noting that the conference sessions will reflect different papers on sesame crops, peanuts, legae, soils, sunflower and corn.

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