Eastern promise - 51st World Food Business Summit, Shanghai
Today (20 June) in Shanghai some of the great and good of the global food industry have met at a summit to discuss the opportunities - and challenges - of operating in China and the wider Asian continent. For three days this week, at the 51st World Food Business Summit, leading executives will hear insight from their peers about their experiences of working in China and Asia. just-food will be there over the course of the conference, giving you the chance to read the news and views from the event.
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