Australia
21 Jun 2016 Xinhua
Chinese firm gets more time to sell stake
Australia has granted a three-year extension for a Chinese company to reduce its 80 percent stake in Australian cotton farm Cubbie Station after it indicated it could not meet the October 2015 deadline.
02 Jun 2016 The Australian
US investors pour cash into $1bn agribusiness fund
Australian agricultural assets remain a major a drawcard for international investors with a string of mainly US-based investors funnelling hundreds of millions into a $1 billion fund established by the Queensland agribusiness investment firm, Laguna Bay Pastoral Company.
16 May 2016 AFR
Australia's $1 billion beef boom funded by foreign investment and super
Australia's cattle station sector is set to reach more than $1 billion-worth of deals in less than a year, with the two biggest sources of investment being the controversial areas of foreign investment and superannuation.
10 May 2016 P&I
Insight Investments taps head of farmland team
Tom McKeon was most recently CEO of Hassad Australia, the Doha-based Qatar Investment Authority’s food and agribusiness subsidiary.
10 May 2016 Farm Weekly
Pack your bags to cash in on China’s dairy demand
In partnership with Indonesian agribusiness Japfa and Cargill’s Black River, AustAsia has built five free stall dairy farms in the province of Shandong, plus another in Inner Mongolia, to milk 30,000 Holsteins in total.
08 May 2016 El País
¿Se puede comprar un país?
La paralización en Australia de la venta de una gran extensión de terreno a un consorcio chino reaviva el temor a un nuevo colonialismo.
06 May 2016 Australian
Dashang takes premium stake in prime Wagyu beef herd
Chinese retailing giant the ­Dashang Group has snapped up one of Australia’s oldest herds of Wagyu cattle and a second highly productive farm in the prestigious upper Hunter Valley.
05 May 2016 Yahoo Finanzas
La fiebre por las tierras agrícolas se desplaza hacia los países ricos
La compra de tierras agrícolas en África o Asia resultó un negocio decepcionante y los inversores miran ahora hacia países ricos como Australia, Francia o Estados Unidos.
04 May 2016 AFP/France24
La ruée sur les terres agricoles se déplace vers les pays riches
La ruée sur les terres agricoles d'Afrique ou d'Asie a généré beaucoup d'espérances déçues pour les investisseurs qui ciblent désormais des horizons moins risqués, de l'Australie à la Californie en passant par la France.
03 May 2016 Bloomberg
Chinese group drops $281 million bid for Australian cattle firm
The suitors led by Shanghai Pengxin Group will instead work on a new structure for the takeover of S. Kidman & Co., while sticking with the same price tag for the 117-year-old cattle company.
02 May 2016 AFR
Largest agricultural investment under new SIV rules backs IPO Mort & Co
The largest agricultural investment under the federal government's new significant investment visa (SIV) program has been made in the $174 million float candidate Mort & Co, which owns and operates Australia's biggest independent feedlot business.
29 Apr 2016 Metro
L'Australie bloque un gigantesque achat chinois
Évoquant l’intérêt national du pays, le gouvernement australien est intervenu vendredi pour empêcher un consortium chinois d’acheter le plus vaste bien foncier privé du pays.

Australia
  • Xinhua | 21 Jun 2016 Chinese firm gets more time to sell stake

    Australia has granted a three-year extension for a Chinese company to reduce its 80 percent stake in Australian cotton farm Cubbie Station after it indicated it could not meet the October 2015 deadline.

  • The Australian | 02 Jun 2016 US investors pour cash into $1bn agribusiness fund

    Australian agricultural assets remain a major a drawcard for international investors with a string of mainly US-based investors funnelling hundreds of millions into a $1 billion fund established by the Queensland agribusiness investment firm, Laguna Bay Pastoral Company.

  • AFR | 16 May 2016 Australia's $1 billion beef boom funded by foreign investment and super

    Australia's cattle station sector is set to reach more than $1 billion-worth of deals in less than a year, with the two biggest sources of investment being the controversial areas of foreign investment and superannuation.

  • P&I | 10 May 2016 Insight Investments taps head of farmland team

    Tom McKeon was most recently CEO of Hassad Australia, the Doha-based Qatar Investment Authority’s food and agribusiness subsidiary.

  • Farm Weekly | 10 May 2016 Pack your bags to cash in on China’s dairy demand

    In partnership with Indonesian agribusiness Japfa and Cargill’s Black River, AustAsia has built five free stall dairy farms in the province of Shandong, plus another in Inner Mongolia, to milk 30,000 Holsteins in total.

  • El País | 08 May 2016 ¿Se puede comprar un país?

    La paralización en Australia de la venta de una gran extensión de terreno a un consorcio chino reaviva el temor a un nuevo colonialismo.

  • Australian | 06 May 2016 Dashang takes premium stake in prime Wagyu beef herd

    Chinese retailing giant the ­Dashang Group has snapped up one of Australia’s oldest herds of Wagyu cattle and a second highly productive farm in the prestigious upper Hunter Valley.

  • Yahoo Finanzas | 05 May 2016 La fiebre por las tierras agrícolas se desplaza hacia los países ricos

    La compra de tierras agrícolas en África o Asia resultó un negocio decepcionante y los inversores miran ahora hacia países ricos como Australia, Francia o Estados Unidos.

  • AFP/France24 | 04 May 2016 La ruée sur les terres agricoles se déplace vers les pays riches

    La ruée sur les terres agricoles d'Afrique ou d'Asie a généré beaucoup d'espérances déçues pour les investisseurs qui ciblent désormais des horizons moins risqués, de l'Australie à la Californie en passant par la France.

  • Bloomberg | 03 May 2016 Chinese group drops $281 million bid for Australian cattle firm

    The suitors led by Shanghai Pengxin Group will instead work on a new structure for the takeover of S. Kidman & Co., while sticking with the same price tag for the 117-year-old cattle company.

  • AFR | 02 May 2016 Largest agricultural investment under new SIV rules backs IPO Mort & Co

    The largest agricultural investment under the federal government's new significant investment visa (SIV) program has been made in the $174 million float candidate Mort & Co, which owns and operates Australia's biggest independent feedlot business.

  • Metro | 29 Apr 2016 L'Australie bloque un gigantesque achat chinois

    Évoquant l’intérêt national du pays, le gouvernement australien est intervenu vendredi pour empêcher un consortium chinois d’acheter le plus vaste bien foncier privé du pays.



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