Indian companies are among the biggest land holders in the African country through deals concluded in dubious circumstances
If there is “blood diamond”, there is also such a thing as “blood maize”, “blood soya” and “blood pulses”.
Thousands of Ethiopians are being relocated or have already fled as their land is sold off to foreign investors without their consent.
Indian companies that have invested in agriculture in Ethiopia are under fire from civil society groups. The companies have been accused of large-scale land grabbing, which has led to displacement of the tribal population there.
Indigenous Ethiopians demand a stop to human rights abuses stemming from agricultural investment policies
Des militants contre l'accaparement des terres en Inde et en Ethiopie vont tenir un sommet d'une journée le 06 février au Centre international de l'Inde, à New Delhi
Alors que de nouvelles menaces lourdes pèsent ainsi sur les terres malgaches, les investisseurs connus dont les projets ont déjà été rejetés par les Malgaches continuent d’agir.
Faced with reports of land grabbing by Indian companies in some African countries, especially Ethiopia, the government says the Indian companies have taken land on lease as per rules of the country concerned.
A day-long conference will be held on Feb. 6, 2013 at the India International Centre, New Delhi to deliberate on the ongoing land takeover in India and in African countries like Ethiopia by Indian companies.
A empresa indiana Primus Agri Projects Private Limited está a investir 3 milhões de dólares na província de Nampula, em Moçambique, para a produção em moldes empresariais de feijão-da-china (“Vigna Radiata”) e sementes de sésamo
Primus Agri Products Private Ltd va investir $ 3 millions pour produire du haricot mungo et du sésame dans la province de Nampula au Mozambique.
Primus Agri Products is investing US$3 million to commercially produce mung beans and sesame seeds on 170 ha in Mozambique’s Nampula province for export to Asia.