US
22 Feb 2013 World Magazine
Patient for profits
US-based Aslan Global Management, a leader in the "patient capital" movement, manages more than 12,000 hectares of farmland in Ukraine and Mozambique on long-term lease and just entered into a 99-year lease for 45,000 hectares in Tanzania.
18 Jan 2013 East African
Rwanda seeks land reforms
Foreigners will not be allowed to lease land for a period exceeding 49 years and those who fail to put their land to use will face stiff penalties, which include repossession.
04 Jan 2013 Market Wire
Agricon Global Corporation announces signing letter of intent to merge with Africa Farmlands, Inc.
Agricon has negotiated terms to acquire 12,000 hectares plus several additional opportunities for the acquisition of over 50,000 hectares in Ghana.
26 Dec 2012 LA Times
Farmland in demand
Investors snap up California acreage, pushing prices to record highs, as global appetites for almonds and pistachios increase.
24 Dec 2012 Institutional Investor
Institutions seek long-term value in responsible farmland investing
Retirement fund and financial services firm TIAA-CREF is helping to meet the growing institutional demand for sustainably managed farmland, which can deliver stable returns above inflation.
27 Nov 2012 NFFC
National Family Farm Coalition launches site for monitoring US farmland grabs
The National Family Farm Coalition is excited to announce the launch of its new Land Monitor site, an online hub for documenting on-the-ground stories of farmland grabs in the US.
19 Nov 2012 Arkansas Business
Profits lure investors to farmland In Arkansas
Continued economic uncertainties are prompting a back-to-the-land movement among investors. And a favored choice of land is farmland.
14 Nov 2012 Arabian Business
Dubai’s AWGAL in talks to purchase Texas cattle farms
Dubai-based AWGAL Investments is in advanced talks with farmers in Texas to invest in cattle farms to produce Halal-certified US beef for the GCC and MENA region.
31 Oct 2012 CLEC
Cambodians file complaint with US government against Domino Sugar parent
Two hundred and seven families have turned to the US Government to help mediate the long-running dispute with the exclusive purchaser of the sugar, New York-based American Sugar Refining (ASR).
26 Oct 2012 Huffington Post
Africa's false dilemma
"It seems incongruous that Herakles Farms claims it is trying to improve the lives of local people but then there is scarcely any consultation with those same people over what is to be done with the land they depend on for their livelihoods, nor any serious acknowledgment of the risks posed to local environments and the global climate," writes Kumi Naidoo
18 Oct 2012 AllAfrica
Govts must lay foundation for private investment in agriculture
Cargill director says its corporate affairs team has constant interaction with African governments, and is encouraging them to change land regulations to facilitate investment.
16 Oct 2012 Bloomberg
MetLife bets on Brazil farms as bond yields hurt results
MetLife Inc, the largest US life insurer, started a business to make agricultural loans in Brazil as insurers expand in developing markets and seek investments to boost income with interest rates near record lows.

US
  • World Magazine | 22 Feb 2013 Patient for profits

    US-based Aslan Global Management, a leader in the "patient capital" movement, manages more than 12,000 hectares of farmland in Ukraine and Mozambique on long-term lease and just entered into a 99-year lease for 45,000 hectares in Tanzania.

  • East African | 18 Jan 2013 Rwanda seeks land reforms

    Foreigners will not be allowed to lease land for a period exceeding 49 years and those who fail to put their land to use will face stiff penalties, which include repossession.

  • Market Wire | 04 Jan 2013 Agricon Global Corporation announces signing letter of intent to merge with Africa Farmlands, Inc.

    Agricon has negotiated terms to acquire 12,000 hectares plus several additional opportunities for the acquisition of over 50,000 hectares in Ghana.

  • LA Times | 26 Dec 2012 Farmland in demand

    Investors snap up California acreage, pushing prices to record highs, as global appetites for almonds and pistachios increase.

  • Institutional Investor | 24 Dec 2012 Institutions seek long-term value in responsible farmland investing

    Retirement fund and financial services firm TIAA-CREF is helping to meet the growing institutional demand for sustainably managed farmland, which can deliver stable returns above inflation.

  • NFFC | 27 Nov 2012 National Family Farm Coalition launches site for monitoring US farmland grabs

    The National Family Farm Coalition is excited to announce the launch of its new Land Monitor site, an online hub for documenting on-the-ground stories of farmland grabs in the US.

  • Arkansas Business | 19 Nov 2012 Profits lure investors to farmland In Arkansas

    Continued economic uncertainties are prompting a back-to-the-land movement among investors. And a favored choice of land is farmland.

  • Arabian Business | 14 Nov 2012 Dubai’s AWGAL in talks to purchase Texas cattle farms

    Dubai-based AWGAL Investments is in advanced talks with farmers in Texas to invest in cattle farms to produce Halal-certified US beef for the GCC and MENA region.

  • CLEC | 31 Oct 2012 Cambodians file complaint with US government against Domino Sugar parent

    Two hundred and seven families have turned to the US Government to help mediate the long-running dispute with the exclusive purchaser of the sugar, New York-based American Sugar Refining (ASR).

  • Huffington Post | 26 Oct 2012 Africa's false dilemma

    "It seems incongruous that Herakles Farms claims it is trying to improve the lives of local people but then there is scarcely any consultation with those same people over what is to be done with the land they depend on for their livelihoods, nor any serious acknowledgment of the risks posed to local environments and the global climate," writes Kumi Naidoo

  • AllAfrica | 18 Oct 2012 Govts must lay foundation for private investment in agriculture

    Cargill director says its corporate affairs team has constant interaction with African governments, and is encouraging them to change land regulations to facilitate investment.

  • Bloomberg | 16 Oct 2012 MetLife bets on Brazil farms as bond yields hurt results

    MetLife Inc, the largest US life insurer, started a business to make agricultural loans in Brazil as insurers expand in developing markets and seek investments to boost income with interest rates near record lows.



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