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.
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.
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.
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.
Nearly 12,000 hectares (30,000 acres) of orchards will be sold to Adveq Almond Trust, owned by a group of investors led by Adveq Real Assets Harvested Resources LP.
Chinese investors may own less than 1 per cent of Australian farmland, but the true level is not known because it is hidden behind a corporate veil, according to a new report
The Abbott government's plan to increase scrutiny of foreign farm purchases looks set to pass the Senate despite a simmering internal Coalition row over Chinese investment.
Australian Farms Fund Management sells a 40% stake to Melbourne-based Lempriere Capital, the agricultural investment management group that partnered with China's Shandong to purchase the Cubbie Station cotton farm.
The Insight Global Farmland Fund, has snapped up Forrest Hill Station in the Northern Territory and all its cattle for $6.4 million in a deal negotiated by Elders.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott throws his support behind Jakarta’s plans to invest in Australian cattle farms to help end a trade dispute that has devastated his country’s cattle industry and boosted beef prices in Indonesia.
A Chinese conglomerate has hit back at critics of its WA farming operations and vowed to press on with plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in an integrated supply chain from Albany to China.
The Indonesian government may be in the market for an even larger slice of Australian land than the 1.5 million hectares it has proposed.