Bust before the boom? Investing in Australian agriculture

Bust before the boom? Investing in Australian agriculture

VIC
May 31

For registration information please contact Ricky Papara on 03 9652 8414.

 

Speakers

 

 Public event
 31/05/2013
 The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne, VIC

 Agriculture/Farming
 Lunch (11.00am to 2.00pm)

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Event overview

Treasury predictions that agriculture will grow to comprise five per cent of GDP by 2050 means the sector will surpass manufacturing as a cornerstone of the national economy. Identified as a 'second wave' response to the economic growth in Asia, meeting the increasing demand for high-end Australian agricultural produce will depend on increasing farm productivity and building a solid pool of investment funds to leverage opportunities.

However, without managing foreign investment dimensions, growing the local investment appetite and a strong commitment from government, the sector may fall short and be unable to fully maximise the growth potential in Asia.

Join CEDA as we look at the investment landscape in Australian agriculture, sectoral productivity and efficiency and growing R&D opportunities.

Meet the speakers

Todd Charteris
State Director - Victoria, Rabobank

Mick Keogh
Executive Director, Australian Farm Institute

Daniel Kruithoff
Managing Director, Monsanto Australia and New Zealand

Meet the facilitator

Marcus Clark
Partner, Allens

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