• Saudi Arabia to establish agricultural trade with RP
    • GMA News
    • 24 February 2009

    An estimated $238.6 million will be alloted by the Saudis to set up cash crop fruit plantations consisting of bananas, mangoes, and pineapples, an agriculture official said.

  • SA, Saudi co-operate on food security
    • Moneybiz (South Africa)
    • 24 February 2009

    Saudi Arabia intends investing in farming in SA, the Saudi commerce and industry minister, Abdulla Ahmed Zeinal Ali Reza, told a joint economic commission on Monday.

  • Saudis to invest $ 266m in Ethiopia and Sudan
    • Sudan Tribune
    • 18 February 2009

    A group of five Saudi Arabia business men have planned to invest 1 billion Saudi riyals (some $ 266.6 million) in agricultural projects in Sudan and Ethiopia within the coming few years, Pan Arab daily Asharq Al Awsat reports.

  • HADCO Chairman talks about the Co's Sudan investments
    • Al Arabiya
    • 17 February 2009

    A number of videos interviews broadcast by Al-Arabiya are available at Zawya.com, in Arabic

  • Saudi's Hadco Eyes Sudan, Turkey in Food Security Push
    • Reuters
    • 17 February 2009

    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.

  • Saudi Hail starts farm investment abroad in Sudan
    • Reuters
    • 16 February 2009

    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.

  • Saudis to invest in Ethiopia and Sudan
    • Arab News
    • 11 February 2009

    A group of Saudi businessmen have planned to invest over SR1 billion [USD267m] in agricultural projects in Ethiopia and Sudan on a staggered schedule within next few years.

  • Food: The big land sell-off
    • African Business
    • 07 February 2009

    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?

  • ‘It’s time to fill the financial vacuum’
    • Saudi Gazette
    • 05 February 2009

    In an exclusive telephone interview during her visit to Riyadh on Tuesday, Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo focused on measures by her country to strengthen economic ties with the Kingdom.

  • Saudi investment group coming to the Philippines
    • PIA Press Release
    • 05 February 2009

    King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia told President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Tuesday that he is sending a high-level business mission to the Philippines in April to look for investment opportunities in the Philippine agriculture sector.

  • Saudi reaps benefits of first offshore rice production
    • Middle East Online
    • 03 February 2009

    First cargo of rice arrives in oil-rich kingdom amid mixed feelings over business ethics.

  • Delegation seeks Saudi investment in Mindanao
    • Saudi Gazette
    • 03 February 2009

    According to Nograles the vision of the political leaders of Mindanao is that if the 26,000 hectares of contiguous agricultural land can be developed in the joint venture partnership with the Saudi chamber of commerce, a lease agreement could gurantee 50 years of food security for the Kingdom.

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