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01 Feb 2014The Australian
Mitsui begins shifting its focus to agribusiness
The top priority for Mitsui's massive investments in Australia is starting to shift from resources to agribusiness
23 Jan 2014Canberra Times
ANZ under fire for loans to controversial Cambodian sugar plantation
ANZ is financing a Cambodian sugar plantation that has involved child labour, military-backed land grabs, forced evictions and food shortages.
13 Jan 2014Euromoney
Farmland: Yield-starved investors go back to the land
This year could see a surge in interest in farmland from investors with very little experience in this complicated asset class, reports Euromoney
20 Dec 2013Le Temps
Le pillage des forêts de Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée s’accélère
S’abritant souvent derrière des projets de développement agricole sans avoir d’expérience réelle en la matière, des entreprises étrangères ont déboisé de vastes surfaces, enregistrant sur la vente de ce bois un gain bien supérieur aux compensations versées aux communautés propriétaires des terres.
09 Dec 2013ABC
Middle East company adds spice to Australian grain
In four years, Hassad Foods has accumulated 255,000 hectares of agricultural land with the aim of producing 165,000 tonnes of grain and 100,000 lambs annually.
06 Dec 2013ABC
WA Government signs agreement with Chinese-owned Kimberley Agricultural Investment on Ord Irrigation Scheme
Western Australia signs agreement with Chinese-owned Kimberley Agricultural Investment on Ord Irrigation Scheme
25 Nov 2013ABC
US farming investors look to West Australia for land purchases
An American grain consultant says there's a lot of interest from the United States farming sector in investing in West Australian agriculture.
23 Nov 2013West Australian
China reaps rewards of farm plunge
The writing is on the wall for anyone who doubts China's plans to invest billions of dollars for a big stake in WA agriculture.
18 Nov 2013Stock Journal
Global funds chase Australian farms
Global fund managers and some of the world's largest pension funds have bought more than $1.5 billion of agricultural land in Australia over the past three years.
15 Nov 2013Financial Review
Big ag deal goes largely unnoticed
Late on Wednesday night an Australian trust backed by Swiss, Danish and US fund managers agreed to pay more than $200 million for 12,000 hectares of almond groves in northern Victoria.
13 Nov 2013Re:Common, SIF, TANY
Lancement du rapport « Accaparements des terres à Madagascar : Echos et témoignages du terrain »
Ce nouveau rapport de Re:Common, SIF et TANY vous amènera dans cinq régions de Madagascar et vous apprendra les conséquences et impacts de six projets d'accaparement de terres par des investisseurs étrangers.
13 Nov 2013Re:Common, SIF, TANY
"Land grabbing in Madagascar: Echoes and testimonies from the field" report launch
This joint report from Re:Common, SIF and TANY takes the reader through five regions of Madagascar exposing the consequences and impacts of six land grab projects led by foreign investors.

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