Global Economics and U.S. Agricultural Export Forecast
Leverage the expertise of the Food Export Helpline™ Counselor
1:00 PM CDT / 2:00 PM EDT
As quickly as the global economy imploded due to Covid 19 restrictions it is rebounding in different forms and fashions all around the world. And what we expected to be a down year for U.S. exports for various reasons turned out to be the 2nd highest on record.
Join us as we unpack all that has happened in 2020 as well as the AG export forecast for 2021 and the global economic and agricultural predictions for the next 10 years.
Global and Regional Economic Results in 2020
Global and Regional U.S. Food & AG exports in 2020
China, Phase 1 and Trade Wars in the EU
USDA Economic Research Service Forecast for 2021
USDA Agricultural Projections to 2030
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Dennis Lynch, Food Export Helpline™ Counselor
Dennis Lynch, M.I.B.A., is a 38-year veteran of international trade who has held a variety of positions in the public and private sectors. He has been directly involved in monitoring, troubleshooting and facilitating export transactions for more than 30 years. Dennis has manned the Food Export Helpline™ desk since its inception back in 1997 and is now entering his 23rd year of operation. During that time, he has counseled nearly 4,000 U.S. suppliers of food and agricultural products with customized one-on-one technical export experience.
He has done the majority of the Food Export-Midwest and Food Export-Northeast seminars and webinars over the last few decades as well as contributed hundreds of articles to the Global Food Marketer Newsletter and e-Bulletin. He was awarded a master’s degree in International Business by West Coast University in California and has won numerous awards for the instruction of international business to various Southern California Colleges at all levels.
Our educational webinars provide up-to-date exporter intelligence regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with international buyers, and much more.
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