Rome, June 5, 2008
Tractors: record growth in emerging countries
Increases of 25% to 66% in number of tractors in India, China, Russia and Brazil expected in only five years. European and United States markets stable. Great gaps between different areas of the world. Tractor numbers in Africa twenty times lower than in Europe.
Rome, May 31, 2008
Trade Fairs: EIMA lands in New Delhi
The first edition of EIMA Agrimach, a static/dynamic review of agricultural machinery and equipment, will be held in New Delhi in December 2009 and organized on the basis of an Italian-Indian agreement. The accord was signed by the Indian Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, FICCI, and Unacoma Service, the service division of the Italian association of manufacturers of agricultural, earth moving and gardening machinery and equipment, a member of the National Manufacturers Association, Confindustria.
Rome, May 30, 2008
Agriculture emergency: a problem of mechanization
Agrievolution Summit opens in Rome. Undersecretary for Economic Development Adolfo Urso opens two days of work for shedding light on the problems of agriculture and strategies for the dissemination of mechanical means in the poor countries.
Rome, May 29, 2008
Agrievolution: the future of agriculture
The evolution of world agriculture, the new food crisis and the quality of the distribution of mechanization technologies are the themes for Agrievolution, the international summit on agriculture and mechanization opening tomorrow morning in Rome.
Rome, May 6, 2008
world summit on agricultural mechanization
Representatives from all the major nations will gather in Rome to map out a world scenario of the agricultural economy and the trend of supply and demand for mechanical technologies. Planned for the two days of work, to be broadcast live in their entirety via satellite TV and the Internet, are a conference with technical reports delivered and a round table bringing together political authorities from the leading countries.