Dear U.S. Grains Council Customers:
The Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryan Lohmar as USGC China director. Lohmar comes with a wealth of industry knowledge and experience having most recently served as the director of economic research for Bunge China in Shanghai. Prior to that, he was an economist for USDA’s Economic Research Service, focused on a wide range of agricultural production and trade topics, nearly all pertaining to China.
Lohmar is graduate of the University of California, Davis, holding a Ph.D. in agricultural economics. He has authored numerous papers on China’s commodity supply and demand trends, natural resource challenges, and future needs. He has worked with some of the most prominent scholars in the field including Professor Scott Rozelle, at Stanford University, and Professor Jikun Huang at the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and others.
Lohmar will begin working for the Council in late April. We are looking forward to Bryan’s tenure with the Council and are grateful to acting director Sam Niu for all of his additional work over the past year.
Rebecca J. Bratter,
Vice President of International Operation
U.S. Grains Council
March 30, 2012
楼博士毕业于美国加州大学戴维斯分校，获得农业经济学博士，曾撰写过大量关于中国商品供求趋势、中国自然资源的挑战和未来需求等方面的论文。 他曾和几位业内杰出的学者工作过，包括美国斯坦福大学教授Scott Rozelle，和中国科学院农业政策研究中心的黄季琨教授。