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CRU is hosting our exclusive Singapore Fertilizers Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday 23 October, alongside the 2018 IFA Crossroads Conference, and we would be delighted for you and your colleagues to join us.

The briefing is free to attend and will take place at 08.00-10.00 at the Mandarin Oriental Singapore - 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore, 039797.

CRU's experts will give a series of presentations examining the key issues impacting the global industries for Nitrogen, Phosphates and Potash.

Before the presentations, breakfast and tea and coffee will be available. And the presentations will be followed by a further networking session so you can speak directly to other attendees and CRU's experts. The timetable for the briefing is as follows:

08.00-08.30 - Registration and networking
08.30-09.30 - Presentations and Q&A
09.30-10.00 - Drinks and networking

If you and your colleagues would like to attend CRU's Singapore Fertilizers Breakfast Briefing, please register your names on the link below to guarantee your places on the day.

 

Speaker Chris Lawson

Head of Phosphates View profile

Speaker Keshni Sritharan

Analyst View profile

Speaker Logan Collins

Markets Editor View profile

Attendee Jennifer Willis-Jones

Senior Markets Editor View profile

Attendee Tom McIvor

Senior Markets Editor View profile

Attendee Wahome Muya

Senior Consultant View profile

Attendee Nick Edwards

General Manager, CRU Analysis View profile

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