State land grabs fuel Sudan’s crisis

About 500 farmers were left landless when the Sudanese government grabbed it to establish the Habilla Agricultural Project, ignoring their inheritance rights and claiming they had not paid their ‘ownership renewal fee’.

Understanding China's foreign agriculture investments in the developing world

China’s investment in foreign agriculture totaled $26 billion in 2016, with investments in 100 countries. But this may just be the tip of the iceberg. A new report by the United States Department of Agriculture to understand both the scale and purpose of foreign investment in agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

China’s agricultural investment abroad is rising

China’s agricultural investment abroad grew more than tenfold in less than a decade and parallels its emergence as a major importer of agricultural commodities. But the focus of investments are shifting from farming and raw materials to business acquisition.

Nous pouvons vivre de la forêt, pas du palmier à huile

Une coalition de la société civile a mené une action devant le Ministère de l’environnement et des forêts de l'Indonésie pour protester contre un permis d’octroi des terres forestières étatiques à une entreprise du secteur du palmier à huile, PT Menara Wasior.

Vincent Bolloré mis en examen

Tristan Waleckx et Jean-Baptiste Rivoire parlent des menaces qui pèsent sur les médias qui exposent les activités du Groupe Bolloré en Afrique

French tycoon Bollore's African assets

Billionaire French industrialist Vincent Bollore, who is a major shareholder in the plantation company SOCFIN, is being questioned in Paris over allegations that his conglomerate used corrupt connections in Africa to win port contracts.

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