Les lois devraient être amendées pour protéger les droits des petits propriétaires terriens
In Waingmaw alone, there are more than 11,000 ha of tissue-culture bananas being grown by Chinese and local companies, and there are more than 24,300 ha in the whole state.
- Myanmar Times
22 Jun 2018
Companies acquired concessions amounting to the size of a small European country, while rural residents of Southeast Asia’s Mekong region saw their landholdings shrink or disappear over the past two decades
South Korea’s Daewoo is one of world’s largest transnational conglomerates and continues to expand a business empire that extends from manufacturing and trade to natural resources like oil and gas, minerals and food.
- GRAIN, Tany, Yayasan Pusaka
29 May 2018
A leading Chinese livestock and meat processing firm wants to tap supply of cattle from south-east Asia, with a cattle quarantine and slaughtering hub planned for the city of Ruili, on the border with Myanmar.
- Global meat news
14 Aug 2017
As Myanmar parliament discusses amendments to the Farmland Law which threaten to further undermine land rights, Global Witness calls to the government of Myanmar to set out a clear vision for land reform before introducing or enacting new laws.
- Global Witness
28 Jul 2017
Hundreds of Myanmar farmers entered a seventh day of protest over land grabs, demanding the government return seized fields and protect them from a surge in prosecutions over property disputes.
This report seeks to provide an overview of the current state of China’s overseas investment in agriculture in the Mekong region - including through land acquisitions - with a focus on Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.
Depuis les années 90, de nombreux petits paysans birmans ont été privés de leurs terres au profit de l’armée ou d’entreprises privées, nationales ou internationales. Info Birmanie vous invite à lire son rapport sur le sujet.
17 May 2017
Report gives an overview of the availability of information for land concessions in Brazil, Canada, Cambodia, Colombia, Indonesia, Liberia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Republic of the Congo, and Russia.
The Government of Myanmar should impose a moratorium on the development of SEZs until it can ensure SEZs can be developed inline with international human rights laws and standards, said the ICJ at a report launch held today in Yangon.
Oxfam looks at the current level and types of agribusiness investment in Myanmar, outlines some of the risks to communities, and explores state regulation of outbound investments as a potential way to promote responsible business practices in the sector.