Desde a última grande crise alimentar, governos e empresas de nações ricas têm comprado ou arrendado terras férteis de países em desenvolvimento, em especial na África. Benefícios desses negócios para as populações locais? Poucos ou nenhum.
Cambodia's Land Management Minister intervened in a high-profile land dispute between villagers and a South Korean agribusiness firmn, announcing that the lands would be taken back from the company and awarded to local residents.
Korean diplomats are working hard to help Daewoo Logistics regain a huge land deal it lost after a 2009 coup d’etat in the island nation in anticipation of new elections slated for the first half of this year, according to Viru News
“Moving beyond misconceptions: Korean investment in Cambodia” is a series of three reports. It comprises a critical review of Korean investment in Cambodia as well as two extensive investment case studies, one in mining (Kenertec) and the other in agri-business (MH Ethanol).