Australia
15 Jul 2015 West Australian
Ord test of China farm ties
The West Australia State Government is set to take to market a big parcel of land on the Ord River irrigation scheme in a litmus test of its relationship with a major Chinese investor in WA’s far north.
15 Jul 2015 Brisbane Times
Challenger buys UK alternative funds management house Dexion Capital
Financial services giant Challenger has forked out $41 million for a UK-based boutique funds management incubator and distribution group as it seeks to capitalise on rising investor interest in alternative and overseas assets.
15 Jul 2015 JD Supra
New obligations for foreign investors in agricultural land in Australia
From 1 July 2015, the Policy requires that all foreign persons (and foreign government investors) that currently hold interests in agricultural land must register those interests with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) by 31 December 2015.
07 Jul 2015 Sud Quotidien
La «bombe» foncière risque de détonner au Sénégal
Les appétits fonciers en cours pourraient plonger le Sénégal dans l’insécurité alimentaire, la pauvreté, mais surtout la violence. Sud Quotidien fait le point de la situation.
05 Jul 2015 Sunday Night
Foreign investors on hunt for Aussie farms
China is on the hunt for new food sources to feed its one and a half billion people and its central government has ordered $3 trillion be spent securing food and farmland overseas.
01 Jul 2015 Xinhua
Foreign investment in Australian agriculture to be registered, made public
Australia will force all foreign investors to register their agricultural holdings from Wednesday as scrutiny on overseas investment increases.
30 Jun 2015 The Land
Showcase whets China's farmland appetite
China's appetite for Australian farmland showing no signs of being sated. Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) annual report confirmed China has become Australia's biggest source of approved foreign investment after a $12.4 billion splurge.
29 Jun 2015 Reuters
Australia tightens rules on foreign ownership of farmland
Australia tightened rules on Monday requiring overseas investors to declare holdings of agricultural land in order to strengthen oversight, amid concerns that Australia is losing control of its own food security.
24 Jun 2015 Le Monde
Le plus grand terrain du monde est à vendre pour 290 millions d’euros
Une trentaine d'acheteurs venus de Chine, du Canada, des Etats-Unis, d'Amérique du Sud, d'Indonésie, de Suisse et d'Australie sont en compétition pour ces 11 millions d'hectares.
23 Jun 2015 Daily Mail Australia
The biggest property sale on earth
One of the world's largest farms is up for sale in Australia, with bidders hailing from China, the US, Canada, the UK, Switzerland, South America and Indonesia
18 Jun 2015 Australian Financial Review
China backs Northern Australia Asia foodbowl push
China has backed turning northern Australia in to a food bowl for Asia saying the free trade deal will aid Chinese investment in farms in the region.
17 Jun 2015 AFP
La Chine et l'Australie signent un accord de libre-échange
Les investisseurs privés chinois pourront injecter jusqu'à un milliard de dollars australiens sans feu vert préalable du conseil de surveillance des investissements étrangers, avec quelques exceptions pour les terres agricoles et les entreprises agroalimentaires.

Australia
  • West Australian | 15 Jul 2015 Ord test of China farm ties

    The West Australia State Government is set to take to market a big parcel of land on the Ord River irrigation scheme in a litmus test of its relationship with a major Chinese investor in WA’s far north.

  • Brisbane Times | 15 Jul 2015 Challenger buys UK alternative funds management house Dexion Capital

    Financial services giant Challenger has forked out $41 million for a UK-based boutique funds management incubator and distribution group as it seeks to capitalise on rising investor interest in alternative and overseas assets.

  • JD Supra | 15 Jul 2015 New obligations for foreign investors in agricultural land in Australia

    From 1 July 2015, the Policy requires that all foreign persons (and foreign government investors) that currently hold interests in agricultural land must register those interests with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) by 31 December 2015.

  • Sud Quotidien | 07 Jul 2015 La «bombe» foncière risque de détonner au Sénégal

    Les appétits fonciers en cours pourraient plonger le Sénégal dans l’insécurité alimentaire, la pauvreté, mais surtout la violence. Sud Quotidien fait le point de la situation.

  • Sunday Night | 05 Jul 2015 Foreign investors on hunt for Aussie farms

    China is on the hunt for new food sources to feed its one and a half billion people and its central government has ordered $3 trillion be spent securing food and farmland overseas.

  • Xinhua | 01 Jul 2015 Foreign investment in Australian agriculture to be registered, made public

    Australia will force all foreign investors to register their agricultural holdings from Wednesday as scrutiny on overseas investment increases.

  • The Land | 30 Jun 2015 Showcase whets China's farmland appetite

    China's appetite for Australian farmland showing no signs of being sated. Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) annual report confirmed China has become Australia's biggest source of approved foreign investment after a $12.4 billion splurge.

  • Reuters | 29 Jun 2015 Australia tightens rules on foreign ownership of farmland

    Australia tightened rules on Monday requiring overseas investors to declare holdings of agricultural land in order to strengthen oversight, amid concerns that Australia is losing control of its own food security.

  • Le Monde | 24 Jun 2015 Le plus grand terrain du monde est à vendre pour 290 millions d’euros

    Une trentaine d'acheteurs venus de Chine, du Canada, des Etats-Unis, d'Amérique du Sud, d'Indonésie, de Suisse et d'Australie sont en compétition pour ces 11 millions d'hectares.

  • Daily Mail Australia | 23 Jun 2015 The biggest property sale on earth

    One of the world's largest farms is up for sale in Australia, with bidders hailing from China, the US, Canada, the UK, Switzerland, South America and Indonesia

  • Australian Financial Review | 18 Jun 2015 China backs Northern Australia Asia foodbowl push

    China has backed turning northern Australia in to a food bowl for Asia saying the free trade deal will aid Chinese investment in farms in the region.

  • AFP | 17 Jun 2015 La Chine et l'Australie signent un accord de libre-échange

    Les investisseurs privés chinois pourront injecter jusqu'à un milliard de dollars australiens sans feu vert préalable du conseil de surveillance des investissements étrangers, avec quelques exceptions pour les terres agricoles et les entreprises agroalimentaires.



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