The agribusiness company, Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL), pledged to World Bank in 2015 to return land within its rubber concessions to local communities. But as residents have sheltered at home due to COVID-19, the company has cleared much of the land.
The funds will be used for the procurement of specific agri-commodities from smallholder farmers in Vietnam, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea and Uganda as well as the expansion of Olam’s cocoa processing facility in Indonesia.
Vietnam's HAGL Agrico, which has 18,000ha of agricultural land worth about US$400 million in Ratanakiri province northeast Cambodia, has shipped its first batch of fresh bananas from its Cambodia plant to China
After a decade of hardship, indigenous villagers in Cambodia scored a significant victory after they put pressure on the World Bank Group over its financial ties to a land-grabbing company, Vietnam agribusiness giant HAGL.
Le RCEP changera la manière dont les gouvernements décident des droits fonciers et qui a accès à la terre. Il pourrait par conséquent intensifier l’accaparement des terres en Asie. Nouvel article de GRAIN.