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International Food and Agricultural Trade Policy Council



The 2007 Farm Bill Debate:
Converging Domestic and International Policy Imperatives

May 24, 2005

8:30 to 18:00
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Avenue NW
Ticonderoga Room, Ballroom Level

Washington, DC

Sponsored by: Altria Corporate Services, Archer Daniels Midland, Bunger North America, Ltd.,
Cargill and the National Oilseed Processors Association

Click Here to View the Agenda

In 2007 the United States Congress must pass a new Farm Bill. Because of its particular importance for the federal budget on the domestic side and the Doha Round of WTO negotiations on the international side, the discussion on the Farm Bill is expected to begin very soon. The Bill's final design and the debate around it will be driven by multiple policy objectives, including:

On May 24th, the International Food & Agricultural Trade Policy Council (IPC) will hold a seminar on Capitol Hill, which will explore ways that US agricultural policies could be designed to meet these policy goals. The seminar will feature speakers from government, farming, food and agribusiness, as well as experts in hunger and poverty alleviation and environmental stewardship. Confirmed speakers include:

Corporate Rate - $225 for the first attendee and $100 for each additional
Trade Association Rate - $100 for the first attendee and $75 for each additional
Non-Profit/Government Rate - $75 for the first attendee and $50 for each additional
Individual/Academic Rate - $50

*There will be an additional $25 fee for all registrations received after May 15, 2005

Individual Registration (For group registration, click here)

                            Personal Information

Pricing: Please indicate the applicable rate.
Corporate Rate - $225 Trade Association Rate - $100 Non-Profit Rate - $75
Individual/Academic Rate - $50 Government Rate - $0
Payment: Please indicate your method of payment.
Check - Checks payable to the International Policy Council must be received by May 20.  Send checks to:

International Policy Council
1616 P St. NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20036

Credit Card - To ensure the safety of your information, the IPC accepts credit card payments by telephone and fax only.  To pay by credit card, click here for the credit card form, then print the form and fax it to the IPC at 1-202-328-5133.  The IPC accepts Visa and Master Card. 



For questions, please contact Christin Cogley at 1-202-328-5117 or agritrade@agritrade.org