The conference starts Thursday in Hertfordshire, England.
Wall said the meeting is a chance to tout the province’s economic success to major players.
“Saskatchewan increasingly is playing a role in the world, especially from an economic standpoint,” Wall said Monday.
“When you have 45 per cent or so of the world’s potash reserves, a world that increasingly needs to grow more food, where emerging economies like China and India have a growing middle class and want higher protein intensities in their diet, we have the fertilizer and the food.
“And of course from an energy standpoint, we’re an international player when it comes to uranium. We’re an international player increasingly around clean coal, which is a big issue in many countries in Europe.”
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