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Sergey Chetvertakov

Germany
Sergey joined the Informa team in June 2016 as sugar and cocoa analyst and is responsible for market reports as well as customer support to provide clients with comprehensive information for their business decisions. He has been monitoring sugar markets since 2006 at the State Agrarian University in Voronezh, Russia, where he investigated management systems and the structure of the sugar industry of Russia. For this research he was awarded a doctorate degree in Agricultural Economics. Sergey has a solid technical and economic expertise in international agricultural projects.
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