Saudi's Hadco Eyes Sudan, Turkey in Food Security Push
    Saudi Arabia's Hail Agricultural Development Co (Hadco) said on Monday it would look at investing in Turkey and Kazakhstan after moving into Sudan under a government plan to ensure steady food imports.
    • Reuters
    • 17 February 2009
    Saudi Hail starts farm investment abroad in Sudan
    Saudi private sector company Hail Agricultural Development Co (Hadco) has picked Sudan for its first investment in farming abroad under a Saudi government scheme to ensure steady food imports, it said.
    • Reuters
    • 16 February 2009
    Food: The big land sell-off
    With vast tracts of land being sold in Madagascar, and Sudan and other African governments actively seeking investors in agricultural land, are we witnessing a neo-colonial land grab or will the investment result in greater food productivity to the long-term benefit of recipient nations?
    • African Business
    • 07 February 2009
    East Africa-Middle East invest in farmland
    To lure investment dollars, the Sudan government has removed import duties on agricultural equipment being imported into the country.
    • Farming UK
    • 16 January 2009
    Foreigners farm for themselves in a hungry Africa
    Some of the world's richest nations are coming to grow crops and export the yields, hoping to turn the global epicenter of malnutrition into a breadbasket for themselves.
    • Los Angeles Times
    • 28 September 2008
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