UNCTAD Global Commodities Forum
31 January 2011
The Executive Director a.i., Mr Josť Sette, attended the second meeting of the UNCTAD Global Commodities Forum which took place from 31 January to 1 February 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland. The Forum is a major multi-stakeholder meeting to discuss and find better solutions to perennial problems of the commodity economy. The focus of this meeting included commodity finance and logistics, the instability of mineral and agricultural markets and their interconnectedness, the effectiveness of commodity policies and the sustainability of the production and use of commodities, long-term energy and food security. The Executive Director a.i. made a presentation on the state of agricultural markets: the drivers of volatility.
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