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.
Tanzania should seize the opportunity of rising food prices by investing in smallholder farmers and allow large scale foreign investors targeting exports, Agriculture Council of Tanzania (ACT) Chairman, Salum Shamte has said.