"Volatile markets - who will pay the price?' is the title for the


International Grains Council (IGC) 2008 conference being held in London, England, on June 10. The meeting will discuss how the global grain economy will develop in the coming years. Well-known speakers representing industry and government agencies will give their perspectives on the market outlook against the background of tightening supplies, high energy costs, increased turbulence in commodity trading and an ever-increasing demand to meet expanding food, feed and industrial needs, including biofuels. Simultaneous interpretation for the conference is being provided in Arabic, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish.