RRG Nature Based Solutions LLC has so far acquired lands for carbon farming projects in Morocco and Colombia.
Mitsui & Co. has invested US$360 million through a Singapore-based holding company in Ecuador-based Industrial Pesquera Santa Priscila (IPSP), which controls 18,000 hectares of farming ponds.
Comunidade tradicional do oeste baiano relata intimidações e ameaças relacionadas à ‘grilagem verde’ do seu território; investigação da Repórter Brasil revela conexões entre a Agrícola Xingu, uma das envolvidas na disputa, com fornecedores globais do grão
- Repórter Brasil
20 Jun 2022
Harvard University, the US pension fund manager TIAA/Nuveen and Japan's Mitsui are among the foreign companies buying up Brazilian farmlands that are responsible for over 420,000 ha of deforestation in the Cerrado since 2000.
At the Triangular People's Conference on ProSavana in Tokyo, Japanese researcher Sayaka Funada-Classen explains how this agricultural megaproject in northern Mozambique follows Japan's historical model.
Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co. will pour some $267 million into farm-product trader ETC Group of Dubai under a deal announced Monday, aiming to expand non-resource-related business in Africa.
Mitsui & Co s'apprête à investir près de 265 millions $ pour prendre une participation minoritaire mais stratégique dans le capital d'ETG Group, un conglomerat présent dans 12 pays d'Afrique subsaharienne, spécialisé dans le trading de produits agricoles
- Agence Ecofin
22 Nov 2017
China's New Hope is accelerate overseas acquisitions in a bid to become a top supplier of meat and is raising $450 million through Hosen Capital, which counts Temasek and Mitsui as founding investors.
- Deal Street Asia
06 Mar 2016
“There are foreign investors that would like to own their own land and bring products out under their own brand, if only investment companies were permitted,” says CEO of Mitsui.
The top priority for Mitsui's massive investments in Australia is starting to shift from resources to agribusiness
- The Australian
01 Feb 2014
SLC Agricola, one of Brazil's largest soybean producers with cotton, corn and coffee operations, will have a 50.1 percent participation in the venture that will start operations in the northern frontier agricultural state of Bahia.
China's largest animal feed producer will launch an overseas fund this month with international investors, including Singapore's Temasek Holdings, that will set up farms in the Middle East, South Africa and central Europe.