Interview with Amy Reynolds, Senior Economist, International Grains Council

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    Publisher Milling & Grain
    Year of publication 2019 June

    Medium Digital

    Economics & commerce > Commercial policy


    Scope & contentAmy’s interest in the agriculture and food sectors was sparked by being brought up on a farm in North Yorkshire. After working on various livestock and crop enterprises, she went on to study agricultural business management and Agricultural Economics at the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.

    Upon attaining her degree, her initial role was as an economist in the meat and livestock sector, with a particular focus on beef and poultry. Since 1998, Amy has served as an Economist with the London-based International Grains Council. Here, her main interest is the global markets for wheat and wheat-based foods.

    “With a history dating back 70 years, the International Grains Council (IGC) is an intergovernmental organisation that seeks to further international cooperation in grains trade”…Read more


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