17 May 2012 Afrique 7
Afrique Centrale : Olam et Wilmar convoiteraient des terres agricoles
Le groupe agro-industriel ivoirien SIFCA, détenu par les Singapouriens Olam et Wilmar, seraient prêt à débarquer en Afrique centrale pour y développer des plantations de palmiers à huile.
17 May 2012 The Guardian
Beleaguered West Papuans left to count the cost of Indonesia's palm oil boom
Indigenous Papuans are reeling from the cut-price sale of the land and forests that are their lifeblood
29 Mar 2012 Asian Peasant Coalition
Stop Devoting Our Lands for Food Security of Other Nations
At least 100 farmers joined a protest in front of the Department of Agriculture in Quezon City led by the members of the Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) in the Philippines such as the Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP), AMIHAN (National Federation of Peasant Women), UMA (Union of Agricultural Workers), and the PAMALAKAYA (National Federation of Small Fisherfolks of the Philippines). Also present is the Anakpawis partylist and the National Network of Agrarian Reform Advocates (NNARA)-Youth.
27 Mar 2012 Le Gabon Enervant
L'ONG "Brainforest" et des membres de la population rencontrent des représentants d'Olam
L'objet de la réunion était d'exprimer la méfiance de Brainforest et des populations locales, concernant les contrats et conventions signés entre OLAM et les autorités gabonaises
24 Feb 2012 Reuters
Singapore sovereign fund GIC buys 5 pct stake in Bunge
The Government of Singapore Investment Corp, one of the world's biggest sovereign wealth funds, has taken a 5 percent stake in commodities trader and farmland owner Bunge Ltd.
28 Dec 2011 Bloomberg
Hedge-fund millionaire Diggle bets on farms, life sciences
Stephen Diggle plans to open his personal portfolio of farmlands in the US, Uruguay and New Zealand to investors and to pour money into Africa and eastern Europe as global food prices soar.
12 Dec 2011 le Post
A Singapour, il est interdit aux étrangers de posseder des terres. Alors pourquoi permet-on à Olam d'acheter les terres gabonaises ?
L'hebdomadaire Gabonais, «Echos du Nord", nous dit que le groupe singapourien Olam tente d'acheter de vastes étendues de terre au Gabon en général et dans la province du Woleu-Ntem en particulier.
02 Dec 2011 Business Times
Olam to set up US$49m rice farming and milling facility in Nigeria
The 6,000 hectare farm in Nasarawa, one of Nigeria's main rice growing belts, is expected to yield 36,000 tonnes of milled rice annually at its peak.
16 Nov 2011 Reuters
China's New Hope to set up overseas investment fund
China's largest animal feed producer will launch an overseas fund this month with international investors, including Singapore's Temasek Holdings, that will set up farms in the Middle East, South Africa and central Europe.
07 Oct 2011 Jeune Afrique
Producteurs d'huile de palme cherchent terrains
Soumis à des contraintes d’espace, les groupes asiatiques multiplient les accords en Afrique. Si le pari est parfois risqué, les perspectives de la demande mondiale en huile de palme leur laissent entrevoir un fort retour sur investissement.
05 Sep 2011 Reuters
New frontier palm oil players look to RSPO
African and South American palm oil players are flocking to join the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, highlighting a growing trend of the industry’s rapid expansion outside main producing region Southeast Asia
30 Aug 2011 Daily Trust
Nigeria: Nasarawa to have continent's largest rice farm
A Singapore-based investor in agriculture is to put in an investment of $50 million in 10,000 hectares of fully irrigated and precision levelled commercial rice farm in Ondorie area of Doma Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.


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