Adecoagro acquires farmland in Argentina
    Adecoagro, one of the leading agricultural companies in South America, announced today that it has acquired Compania Agroforestal de Servicios y Mandatos, a company which owns a 4,960 hectare farm named "El Colorado", located in the region of Bandera, in the province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina, for a total price of US$18.0 million
    • PR Newswire
    • 19 August 2011
    Grantham says farmland will outperform all global assets
    Farmland and forestry will outperform the average of all global assets long-term, according to Jeremy Grantham, chief investment strategist for Boston-based Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co.
    • Bloomberg
    • 10 August 2011
    Uruguay president eyes tax rise for big landowners
    Uruguay's president said on Wednesday he wanted to raise taxes on the country's biggest landowners -- including Argentine-based agricultural company El Tejar and George Soros's Adecoagro -- to boost the state's share of bumper farming and forestry sector profits
    • Reuters
    • 26 May 2011
    The Cerrado: Brazil’s other biodiverse region loses ground
    While Brazil touts its efforts to slow destruction of the Amazon, another biodiverse region of the country is being cleared for large-scale farming. But unlike the heralded rainforest it borders, the loss of the cerrado and its rich tropical savanna so far has failed to attract much notice.
    • Yale e360
    • 14 April 2011
    Soros-backed Adecoagro raises $314 million in IPO
    Investing in Adecoagro is “a way to play the potential global shortage of food, especially in emerging markets,” says Francis Gaskins, president of
    • Bloomberg
    • 29 January 2011
    Adecoagro planea seguir comprando campos en la Argentina y Uruguay
    En el mercado se estima que cerca de u$s 150 millones se destinarán a la compra de campos en la Argentina y Uruguay y el resto al desarrollo de la producción de caña de azúcar en Brasil.
    • El País
    • 27 January 2011
    Agricultural company Adecoagro preps for $400M IPO
    Adecoagro is based in Luxembourg, but it is one of the biggest farmland owners in Latin America with holdings worth about $784 million
    • AP
    • 25 January 2011
    Soros's Adecoagro plans public offering in US, may sell shares to Qatar
    Adecoagro SA, a farmland venture in South America that’s backed by billionaire George Soros, plans to raise as much as $429 million in an initial public offering in the US as food prices surge.
    • Bloomberg
    • 14 January 2011
    Co-chair’s summary of the Roundtable on Responsible Agricultural Investment
    Participants agreed on the importance of an open and inclusive dialogue to continue encouraging responsible agricultural investment by various parties.
    • US, Japan, AU
    • 19 May 2010
    Brazilian farms sow seeds of openness
    “It’s not common in Brazil to find farmers presenting accounts to international investors. What you can see here is the new model for agribusiness in Brazil,” says André Pessôa, co-ordinator of the Rally da Safra.
    • Financial Times
    • 14 April 2010
    Hedge fund-backed farm group Tejar weighs US IPO
    El Tejar SA, Argentina’s largest agricultural producer, is weighing an initial public offering in New York to tap rising investor demand for farming assets.
    • Bloomberg
    • 11 Mar 2010
    Soros-backed venture weighs IPO to fund Brazil mill
    Billionaire George Soros’s Adecoagro venture, which invests in agriculture and renewable energy in Latin America, is considering an initial public offering to help fund projects in Brazil that include a $700 million sugar mill.
    • Bloomberg
    • 02 February 2010
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