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Extraordinary Intersessional Meeting of the Intergovernmental Group (IGG) on Grains and the IGG on Rice

24 Sep 2010 -

FAO Headquarters, Rome

Given the growing complexity of factors influencing agricultural commodity markets, theGroups propose to enhance market information and transparency. The Groups recommend intensification of FAO’s information gathering and dissemination at all levels.

19th Session of the Intergovernamental Group on Tea

12 May 2010 - 14 May 2010

New Delhi

The FAO Intergovernmental Group (IGG) on Tea represents a forum for intergovernmental consultation and exchange on trends in production, consumption, trade and prices of tea, including regular appraisal of the global market situation and short term outlook.

Food security and trade policy expert meeting

25 Mar 2010 - 26 Mar 2010

Cartigny, Switzerland

This dialogue sought to identify an agenda for research and action on concrete trade policy options that developed and developing country governments could pursue to mitigate the impacts of short-term disruptions and enhance food security in the long term.

The Joint Meeting of the Fourth Session of the Sub-Group on Bananas and the Fifth Session of the Sub-Group Tropical Fruits

09 Dec 2009 - 12 Dec 2009

FAO Headquarters, Rome

The FAO Intergovernmental Group (IGG) on Bananas and Tropical Fruits represents a forum for intergovernmental consultation and exchange on trends in production, consumption, trade and prices of bananas and tropical fruits, including regular appraisal of the global market situation and short term outlook.

Joint Meeting of the IGG on Grains (32nd session), the IGG on Rice (43rd session) and the IGG on Oilseeds, Oils and Fats (30th session)

04 Nov 2009 - 06 Nov 2009

Santiago, Chile

FAO’s IGG meetings on Oilseeds, Oils and Fats, Grains and Rice provide a unique venue for FAO member government officials to meet and discuss current and prospective aspects of their respective markets.