October 26 - 29, 2010    Altay , Russia
Russia is one of the worldwide leading producers and exporters of grain. Demand for grain in Russia and on the world market is increasing constantly. 

In South-West Siberia, the big agricultural lands stretch out south of Taiga zone further south into Kazakhstan. This main centre of Siberian agriculture in Russia is the fertile steppe zone of Altay together with Omsk and Novosibirsk regions. 
The agricultural centre of Siberia, the Altay region, has access to the big markets for grain, dairy and meat products in the big Siberian cities, the industrial and scientific centres like Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, Kemerovo and Novokuznesk.

Currently, the markets in Siberia for agricultural technologies, equipment and machinery are very promising, because agricultural and food processing enterprises can profit from special subsidy conditions implemented by the Russian government within the national priority programme for the agricultural sector and under the conditions connected with the special status of Altay.
Main focus is the development of infrastructure for agriculture and food industries. According to media announcements, the First Prime Minister Viktor Subkov said, that the development of agriculture in Altay Kray will enable to foster food supply and nutrition security in Russia, especially in the regions of Siberia and Far East. According to Governor Alexander Karlin, the intensive development of the region will also increase quality of life in rural region. 


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