|Paris, 8th September 2016
SPACE CONFERENCE SYRPA RENNES, 14th September, 10 am
From a price crisis to a crisis of confidence in our agriculture, are farmers at the heart of an economic war?
Find below the different speakers’ presentations to download:
What if the agricultural crisis affecting European farmers also took root in an “economic war” that has been playing on the international stage for many years?
Applied to the business world, this concept covers increased competition, aggressive trading practices such as dumping or competitive counterfeiting, but also strategies for standardization ... and information warfare.
The examples are numerous, in agriculture as in other sectors. And the consequences are reflected in policy decisions, international agreements or standards ... that appear disconnected from the reality experienced by economic participants.
And it is in this context that it is important to decipher the influence of indicators, models and impact studies on decision making mechanisms, or even on movements of disinformation.
Because the figure or the curve presented by a research centre or by an international institution instantly acquires the status of uninfringeable truth which is very difficult to challenge afterwards.
This is one reason why agricultural officials made the decision to establish a think tank and rating agency, in view of proposing studies and indicators that correctly reflect the reality of the agricultural world.
Consequently, after intervention by Christian Harbulot, director of the Economic War Institute (Ecole de Guerre Economique), on the defence of European strategic interests, Jacques Carles, Executive Vice President of Momagri and Frederic Courleux, Momagri advisor, will decipher global agricultural policies and the prospects for European agriculture. Several examples will be addressed. Xavier Regnault, director of strategy and development for Momagri will present the role of a rating agency dedicated to Agriculture and Food.
Conference open to all, without registration. Room 2 - 160 places.
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