AGA Partners and Latifundist.com with the support of Prospex-Agro invite you to take part in a training seminar where we will talk in a narrow circle about how agrarians can enter foreign markets.
Date: March 15, 2022
Location: Hilton Hotel, Taras Shevchenko Boulevard, 30, Kiev
P.S. If you are a trader, but have not yet exported, we also have a few chairs for you.
• Let's start over. You have found a buyer. How to start negotiations and conclude foreign economic contracts? And what are the forms of these contracts?
• Moving on. Negotiated, at what point is the contract considered concluded? Are there verbal agreements and electronic correspondence?
• We assume that you no longer sell grain from the field and know what the FOB or CPT basis is. But let's fix once again what is the difference between CPT, DAP, CIF, FOB.
• GAFTA, FOSFA - "I don't remember exactly the nuances, but traders somehow threatened that they would file a lawsuit here." In simple words, we explain the main trading arbitrations.
• The other party has not fulfilled the contract. We explain what you can apply for.
• Okay, if this is a trader, he has no property. What is the procedure for claiming damages? Don't worry, there are chances, and we'll tell you about them.
- Ivan Kasynyuk is a partner of AGA Partners. Ivan specializes in advising clients in the field of international trade and representing their interests in international commercial arbitrations GAFTA, FOSFA.
- Iryna Moroz is a partner of AGA Partners, a recognized expert in international arbitration, international trade and agribusiness. Accredited speaker of GAFTA courses.
- Konstyantyn Tkachenko is the chief editor of the agribusiness website Latifundist.com. He has more that 10 years experience in business and agricultural journalism, the last 5 years he is the chief editor of the agribusiness website.
Participation in the event is free of charge upon prior registration.
The number of participants is limited.