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NEWSREVIEW News review Brought to you by EBRD makes investments in milling, grain industries LONDON, ENGLAND - In the fourth quarter of 2014, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) made sevEurope and Central Asia. In early December, the London, England-based EBRD along with Kyrgyz Investment and Credit Bank (KICB) announced they were providing a four-year, $4 million loan to Elnur Dan LLC for con- important food for the Kyrgyz population of nearly 5.8 million people. where 1.1 million people live. plies from the north of the country. These have to be transported by mill in southern Kyrgyzstan will have the capacity to produce up to facility through which the EBRD and its partner banks can lend together to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). "Supporting small and medium-sized businesses is one of the facility in the south of the country will help to create jobs and will make this important food much more accessible to the local population. We are proud to support Elnur Dan together with our partners at KICB. The project will also receive support from the European The (EBRD also announced in late November that it will provide cantly reduced. This deal follows a syndicated facility of $130 million to Nibulon successfully organized by the EBRD earlier this year. The Bank is continuing to pledge more resources to support the agribusiness sector, a key growth driver of the Ukrainian economy. Since the beginning of the year, the EBRD has already committed over €283 million to 135 agribusiness projects. vember 2014, the Bank had committed €9.9 billion ($12.4 billion) through 339 projects in the country. Sosland Publishing relocating company headquarters KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, U.S. - After more than 40 years in Sosland Publishing Co., publishers of World Grain and several other titles, are moving across the street to the Colonnade building. Since the company was established in 1922, Sosland Publishcompany was located at the Kansas City Board of Trade building in downtown, and in 1966 moved to the Country Club Plaza with the - Trade was considered crucial for the ingredient markets coverage, which remains a centerpiece of the publishing activities at the business but which has been transformed by the adoption of electronic Sosland's new offices are the fourth building the company has called home since its founding in 1922. The move to the Colonnade building was precipitated by the 2012 CME Group purchase of the KCBT and its building. The of a major update of the 48-year-old building. shortly thereafter. The decision to leave the Board of Trade was be Sosland Publishing Co., 4801 Main Street, Suite 650, Kansas City, 12 January 2015 / World Grain /

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of World Grain - January 2015

World Grain - January 2015
Table of Contents
From the Editor-in-chief - China’s land policy an issue for grain
Calendar of Events
International Agro-technological Conference
News review - EBRD makes investments in milling, grain industries
Sosland Publishing relocating company headquarters
Louis Dreyfus restarts CEO search
Nidera acquires terminal in Port of Constanta
Nutreco acquires two Brazilian feed companies
IGP Institute expands program offerings
CGB plans grain terminal
Brazilian port sets new record in grain exports
Barilla launches China market-specific pasta
Interflour acquires Indonesian flour mill
Gruma to build tortilla plant in Russia
Cargill announces additions to board, leadership team
Richardson plans new high throughput elevator
CP investing in its rail network
Kampffmeyer Food becomes GoodMills Innovation
China approves Syngenta’s GMO corn trait
Trimex finalizes purchase of Gruma wheat milling business
Grain Market Review - Oilseeds
Country Focus - Poland
Feature - U.S. flour milling industry ‘resilient'
Feature - Fast-growing industry
Feature - Ardent exec sees ‘vibrant’ industry
Feature - Building a modern milling company
GoodMills Group
Feature - Don't expect bull market in 2015
Feature - GEAPS Exchange 2015
GEAPS Product Showcase
Feature - IAOM MEA celebrates 25th anniversary
Feature - Opinions diverge on ocean rates
Feature - U.S. buying more grain from Canada
Canada-U.S. trade task group re-dedicates itself to mission
Feature - IGC cuts flour export projections
World Grain Weather report - What happened to El Nino drought?
Feature - Johannes Wick interview
Supplier News
World Grain Archive
Ad Index/Reader Information Form International Faxback Program

World Grain - January 2015