Nigeria
27 Aug 2015 World Grain
Nigeria to work with Chinese firm on sorghum production
Sang-Liang Technology Development Centre and Nigeria's Raw Materials Research and Development Council will partner with the Niger state government for land provision for the pilot project.
21 Jul 2015 Eco-Business
Mounting complaints put Wilmar under scrutiny
The world's largest palm oil trader faces accusations against unresolved land grabbing and human rights issues by its concessions in Asia and Africa, but says it stands by its sustainability policy.
29 May 2015 The Ecologist
Deforestation, exploitation, hypocrisy: no end to Wilmar's palm oil land grabs
While Wilmar spins green rhetoric, its bulldozers are still destroying vast swathes of forest and farmland.
27 May 2015 The Ecologist
Deforestation, exploitation, hypocrisy: no end to Wilmar's palm oil land grabs
While Wilmar spins green rhetoric, its bulldozers are still destroying vast swathes of forest and farmland.
05 Mar 2015 Dominion Farms
(Not) Doing business in Nigeria
Calvin Burgess, chairman of Dominion Farms, has issued a letter denying their involvement in a 30,000 hectare landgrab in Nigeria's Taraba State.
28 Jan 2015 The Ecologist
Nigerian farmers face destitution from 300 sq.km land grab backed by UK aid
Development secretary Justine Greening is facing questions over UK involvement in a massive land-grab in Nigeria that is evicting local farmers from 300 square kilometres of fertile farmland.
28 Jan 2015 ERA/FoEN | CEED
Dominion Farm's land grab in Nigeria
Farmers in Taraba State refuse to give up their lands for massive rice plantation project backed by the G8
28 Jan 2015 ERA/FoEN | CEED
Dominion Farms accapare des terres au Nigeria
Des agriculteurs de l'État de Taraba refusent de céder leurs terres à un énorme projet de riziculture soutenu par le G8
20 Jan 2015 This Day
Edo’s goal to become Nigeria's food basket
As major investors like Dangote and makers of Indomie Noodles, Dufil, move massive investments into Nigeria's Edo State, the Commissioner for Agriculture says the state is set to take over as the nation’s food basket.
04 Dec 2014 CPI Financial
Old Mutual plans to increase Africa footprint by $1 billion
New agricultural investments in the pipeline include over $300 million in potential opportunities on the continent (excluding South Africa) which are currently being developed by its various investment teams.
25 Nov 2014 This Day
Nigeria: Osun partners Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina on agric
Osun State Government signed agriculture partnerships over the weekend with investors from Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
04 Nov 2014 Business Day
PZ-Wilmar JV calls for integration policy In palm oil sector
PZ-Wilmar, a joint venture between two international companies, says it will expand its palm oil production to 240,000 ha of plantations if the government implements a backward integration programme.


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