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    The true price of palm oil
    Global Witness goes undercover to investigate the growing threat facing Papua New Guinea’s communities and tropical forests from palm oil companies driving widespread deforestation and human rights abuses.
    • Global Witness
    • 08 Oct 2021
    Money to burn
    Global Witness exposes how more than 300 banks and investors back six of the world’s most harmful agribusinesses to the tune of $44bn
    • Global Witness
    • 23 Sep 2019
    White House to begin $10 billion farm investment fund
    Wall Street is looking for ways to invest in America’s heartland, and the government is ready to play matchmaker.
    • NY Times
    • 24 Jul 2014
    Investors hungry for agriculture
    There is "a wall of money" looking for a home in agricultural investments worldwide, say managers for BlackRock's London-based World Agriculture Fund.
    • The Australian
    • 27 Apr 2013
    Tap superannuation for funds, says Visy director Ross Fitzgerald
    According to BlackRock world agriculture fund portfolio manager and director Desmond Cheung there is a "wall of money" that is looking to back the world's growing appetite for a stable and growing food supply.
    • The Australian
    • 18 Apr 2013
    Investors farm English land for gains as BlackRock sells
    Rural land produced some of the best investment returns in Europe since the financial crisis began five years ago, appreciating by 51 percent across England
    • Bloomberg
    • 08 Mar 2013
    Being like Soros in buying farmland lets investors reap 16% annual gains
    Investors are pouring into farmland in the US and parts of Europe, Latin America and Africa as global food prices soar.
    • Bloomberg
    • 10 Aug 2011
    Harvesting Returns
    BlackRock agriculture fund manager says they are investing in companies that own land and grow crops.
    • CNBC
    • 02 Aug 2010
    BlackRock buys agri shares to cap volatility
    BlackRock funds take long-term positions in companies that own land, produce crops, raise livestock or sell agricultural equipment.
    • Reuters
    • 11 Jun 2010
    BlackRock launches global agriculture fund
    The companies the $100 million fund will target will be those involved with agrichemicals, equipment and infrastructure, as well as soft commodities and food, biofuels, forestry, agricultural sciences and arable land.
    • CityWire
    • 11 Feb 2010
    Farmland investment - Next bubble or undervalued asset?
    "In any resource sector, if you want to get involved, you always want to be in the upstream. It doesn't matter whether it's mining, whether its oil and gas or agriculture," says ABN AMRO's Tariono.
    • Sterling Knight
    • 17 Aug 2009
    Foreign investors snap up African farmland
    Because of the political sensitivity of the modern-day land grab, it is often only the country's head of state who knows the details. Der Spiegel investigates.
    • Der Spiegel
    • 30 Jul 2009

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