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Private: Friends of Saskatchewan Asia Inaugural Forum: Asia’s Partner for Food, Fuel and Fertilizer

Hear from Saskatchewan on how Asia-based businesses can participate in the once in a generation opportunity set out in Saskatchewan’s 2030 Growth Plan that lays out targets, including growing annual agri-food exports to $20 billion and securing $16 billion annually in private capital investments.

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Private: Friends of Saskatchewan Asia Inaugural Forum: Asia’s Partner for Food, Fuel and Fertilizer
Private: Friends of Saskatchewan Asia Inaugural Forum: Asia’s Partner for Food, Fuel and Fertilizer

Time & Location

19 May 2022, 10:00 am – 11:30 am SGT

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Event Details

The CABC invites our Members, Partners, and Supporters to join the Friends of Saskatchewan Asia Inaugural Forum: Asia’s Partner for Food, Fuel and Fertilizer, held by the Government of Saskatchewan (Singapore Office) with the support of the CABC.

About this Event

Saskatchewan has a wealth of resources that is the envy of nations – agriculture, forestry, oil and critical minerals. The province is also a technological leader in crop science, vaccine and plant protein research, agricultural equipment and clean energy. Now more than ever, the world needs what Saskatchewan has to offer.

In this Friends of Saskatchewan in Asia Inaugural Forum, you will hear from Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on how Asia-based businesses can participate in the once in a generation opportunity set out in Saskatchewan’s 2030 Growth Plan. The plan lays out ambitious targets, including growing annual agri-food exports to $20 billion and securing $16 billion annually in private capital investment.

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison will detail the province’s international trade and investment promotion strategy, including the establishment of Saskatchewan representative offices across the region. Hear why international companies such as BHP, Cargill, Hutchison Whampoa, K+S Potash and Rio Tinto have chosen to do business in the province and why now is the ideal time for Asia-based companies of all sizes to consider Saskatchewan as their North American launchpad.

The forum will also feature an intimate discussion with Former Prime Minister of Canada, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper.  Former Prime Minister Harper will share his views on how Saskatchewan and Canada can expand economic partnerships in Asia, even in this turbulent geopolitical environment.

Finally, the program will include an opportunity to connect directly with Saskatchewan representatives located across Asia during an open networking session.

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