Discussion paper for the workshop ‘Mapping the State of Play on the Global Food Landscape’ Waterloo, 25-27 September 2014.
Officials from Hassad Food arrived in Turkey to make investments aiming to slake the country’s basic agricultural requirements as the small peninsula lacks sufficient arable land
Over the past fifteen years, foreign companies have signed over 60 deals covering nearly 4 million hectares in central and western Africa for the development of oil palm plantations, reports GRAIN.
The latest fast-buck fad for high-roller investment trusts, hedge funds and venture capital speculators is "farming."
Video by Alfredo Bini explores the phenomenon of land grabs through the eyes of foreign investors, governments and the people on the land.
Presentation by Ruth Hall of PLAAS on responsible or irresponsible agricultural investment in Africa at the Future Agricultures London Policy Dialogue.
Land is becoming increasingly more coveted by transnational agribusiness and financial investors.
The DARA Group and Chinese Agricultural Corporation HuanFan Qu agree on a US$58 million 5-year project to develop cereal farms, pig farms and greenhouses in the Ukraine.
Phoenix Africa CEO Paddy Docherty interviewed by the FT This is Africa, about frontier investing in Africa.
Despite all the hype around Chinese investment in the Australian dairy sector, one Chinese investor who bought a dairy farm five years ago has lost money and will not buy again.
Sudan declares its readiness for making more arrangements and efforts for creating an attractive environment for Arab investors to contribute to achievement of the Arab food security in the Sudan.
Mitsubishi Corp., Japan’s biggest trading house, proposed to buy the Norwegian fishery Cermaq ASA for $1.4 billion to expand its foods business and become the world’s second-largest salmon farmer.