Wall Street is looking for ways to invest in America’s heartland, and the government is ready to play matchmaker.
Les étrangers ne pourront plus acheter de terre en Afrique du Sud d'ici cinq ans.
India's Ambassador to Ethiopia Sanjay Verma says India's "pioneering" investors are not land grabbing, calls conflicts with local communities "teething problems".
Former President of the Egyptian-Sudanese Business Council says Sudan's farmland is the best in the world and Egypt has the ability to establish large agricultural projects in Sudan.
Will FPIC ‘help’ or ‘hurt’ the cause of agrarian justice? The dilemmas and challenges of using FPIC are already surfacing and warrant closer attention.
A small but growing group of sophisticated investors and bankers are combining crops and the soil they grow in into an asset class that ordinary investors can buy a piece of.
The $128-million deal that saw Canada Pension Plan acquire 46,500 hectares of Saskatchewan farmland was "wrong, both legally and morally," says Rick Swenson, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan.
Farmland total returns tend to be uncorrelated with financial asset returns, offering genuine portfolio diversification for institutional investors.
Japanese company drops plans to establish a 4,000 ha cotton farm in Mozambique's Nampula Province, within the Nacala Corridor.
Farmers in Kula, Serbia have made formal complaints about an Abu Dhabi company, Al Rawafed Agriculture, which is trying to acquire land.
De plus en plus de terres agricoles sont achetées par diverses entreprises n'ayant aucun lien avec l'agriculture. Une forme d'accaparement des terres qui inquiète.
Interest in land from high-net-worth investors is up at a time when stocks hover near record highs and bonds could be hurt by rising interest rates.