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.
Biopalm Energy, a subsidiary of Singapore's Siva group, will launch a 200,000 hectare palm oil project in the south of Cameroon, an official of the country's agriculture ministry said.
Asian Agri Capital, a Singapore private-equity firm that focuses on early-stage plantations, is seeking to raise $100 million to invest in palm oil and other tropical commodities in Southeast Asia and Latin America
The Funds will invest in agricultural, renewable energy plantations and forestry businesses, with a fundamental principal of owning the core assets through the funds with the management of all operations carried out by established operators in the region.
Le président Bongo a visité lundi les 5.000 hectares de pépinières de palmeraies de la région de Kango, gérées par le groupe singapourien Olam. Ces 5.000 ha constituent la première phase d'un projet de palmeraie de 200.000 ha à l'horizon 2017.
Le projet mené par Olam en partenariat avec l’Etat gabonais portera à 200 000 hectares la superficie des plantations de palmiers à l’horizon 2016 – 2017
Asian investors have overtaken Europeans as the biggest buyers of Australian land, a snapshot of foreign acquisitions reveals.
La première phase d’investissement du projet, piloté par Olam Palm Gabon, démarrera en octobre, avec la plantation de 50 000 ha de palmeraies dans la région de Lambaréné (Moyen-Ogooué) et de 8 000 ha dans la région de Kango (Estuaire), à une centaine de kilomètres de Libreville
Indonesia, the world's No.1 palm oil producer, signed into law a 2-year freeze on new permits that may prompt palm oil firms to seek new ways to grow supply to meet rising demand from India and China, such as buying more land in Africa
Southeast Asian palm oil firms like Malaysia's Sime Darby and Singapore's Golden Agri Resources are backpacking to Africa, in what could be the planet’s next trend-setter in inter-continental resource trade.
Black River's investment pipeline includes a Chinese pork producer and distributor, a duck farming firm in northern China, a fish producer in Costa Rica and a frozen fish processor in Singapore.
Wilmar's take-over of Sucrogen gave the company a significant amount of cane land that it increased with the purchase of additional farms to guarantee cane supply, outbidding local farmers for land.