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Top specialists to discuss commodities trends

DUBAI, February 4, 2018

Top government officials, investors, industry specialists and commodity traders will discuss the latest trends and opportunities in the global commodities market, with an emphasis on 2018 market and price outlook for commodities, at an upcoming event in Dubai, UAE.

DMCC, the world’s leading free zone for commodities trade and enterprise in Dubai, and Richcomm Global Services, the Dubai-based international commodity services company, in collaboration with DGCX, the region’s largest and most diversified derivatives bourse, will be hosting the ‘Global Commodity Outlook Conference’ in Dubai for the fifth consecutive year on February 11.

World experts in agriculture, energy, base metals, and precious metals will address the impact of higher interest rates on traders, the new demands from ethical investors, as well as the break-through innovations in trade finance, said a statement..

This year, the conference will also include a special presentation on the rise of crypto-currencies and fintech, and their impact on regulated exchanges, it said.

Additinally, keynote speeches will be delivered by: Hassan Al Hashemi, vice president, Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Sanjeev Dutta, executive director – commodities, DMCC;
Paresh Kotecha, managing director, Richcomm Global Services; Prince Niyi Akenzua, executive director, finance and risk management, Bank of Agriculture Limited.

Dutta said: “The World Bank predicts that economic growth in emerging markets and developing economies will increase to 4.5 per cent, as activity in commodity exporters continues to recover.”

“It is a crucial time for industry experts to get together and discuss how we can maintain this positive momentum. We are delighted to collaborate with Richcomm and DMCC for the fifth consecutive year and provide an all-inclusive, effective platform for discussion,” he said.

Kotecha added: “We look forward to welcoming our delegates this year as we prepare for the challenges in the global commodities market. Our remarkable line-up of global speakers and panellists are prepared to tackle the most difficult conversations about the industry and present credible, feasible solutions.”

“Like every year, we aim to provide our delegates with useful information and tangible resolutions to manage risks and capture opportunities and help to elevate the industry as a whole,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service

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