Programa agrícola de investimentos entre Brasil, Japão e Moçambique para desenvolver a agricultura numa área de aproximadamente 14,5 milhões de hectares no país africano, o ProSavana está gerando polêmica.
BRICS states, except Russia, are enhancing and facilitating land grabs abroad in a way that is inconsistent with their proclamations of sustainable development, cooperation solidarity, and respect of national sovereignty.
Report examines Brazil’s programme to transform Mozambique’s Nacala corridor, the Chinese Agricultural Technology Demonstration Centre, and a private Chinese rice investment project in the Xai-Xai irrigation scheme.
The African agriculture sector is showing signs of improvements attributed to BRICS investment flows in smaller agricultural projects, reversing the trend triggered by the global food crisis in 2008.
As histórias de empreendedores brasileiros que estão investindo numa economia que vem crescendo mais de 5% ao ano na última década.
Governments in a number of countries are trying to address concerns about land grabbing by closing their borders to foreign investors. Are these restrictions effective? Not really, says GRAIN.
Brazil is helping develop Mozambican agriculture by promoting large-scale farming and supporting smallholders. Can it do both at once?
“In the very short term land will became scarcest for Mozambicans because the government is attracting foreign investors arguing that we have huge unused land“, a spokesperson for UNAC told IPS. “What happens, in fact, when investors come, their appetite is centered on land already being used by locals.”
Entrevista com o governo federal deputado Luiz Nishimori
Indofood Sukses Makmur is planning to acquire a 50 percent stake in a plantation company in Brazil through its subsidiary Indofood Agri Resources, as the company expands its sugar plantation business.
Report on Japan's role in the ProSAVANA programme in Mozambique by Sayaka Funada Classen.
Este artigo de Sayaka Funada Classen examina as características e os antecedentes do Programa de Cooperação Triangular para o Desenvolvimento da Agricultura das Savanas Tropicais em Moçambique assinado conjuntamente pelos governos do Japão, Brasil e Moçambique em 2009.