According to Kim's office, Bulgaria has much growth potential as South Korean firms' gateway into southeastern Europe, and Ukraine, boasting fertile farmlands, could grow into a viable partner for South Korea in agriculture.
Korea wants to secure a total of 380,000 hectares of overseas farmland by 2018, the agriculture ministry said in an e-mailed statement today. Priority countries include the Philippines, Cambodia, Ukraine, Indonesia and Russia.
Após a parceria com empresas chinesas para a instalação de uma industria esmagadora de soja na Bahia, o estado já se prepara para fechar um acordo com a Coreia do Sul. O governo da Bahia não descarta investimentos na produção e em compra de terras.
Several Shawi communities have learned that a Korean company, ECOAMERICA, has applied for the registration and titling of over 72,000 ha of land in their territories, at a price of 80 cents a hectare, for agriculture and logging.