Farming, Finance and the Global Marketplace: a summary of the 2010 agricultural symposium
Jennifer Clark and
Main Street Economist, 2010, issue 4
In 2008, surging commodity prices triggered promises of a new golden era for agriculture. While prospects dimmed during the recession, the recovery is rekindling hopes with rising commodity prices. On June 8 and 9, more than 180 agricultural business and finance leaders examined agriculture?s potential at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City?s symposium, ?Farming, Finance and the Global Marketplace.? Participants discussed how changes in the global marketplace are likely to affect the profitability and structure of agriculture.
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