• Ethiopie : Le début des ennuis pour Karuturi
    • Africa Intelligence
    • 14 Jan 2012

    Le ministère éthiopien de l'agriculture s'oppose à ce que la compagnie Karuturi installe des milliers de fermiers indiens sur les terres qu'elle loue dans la région de Gambela.

  • Karuturi’s woes have begun
    • Indian Ocean Newsletter
    • 13 Jan 2012

    The Ethiopian ministry of agriculture is against the firm Karuturi’s plan to install thousands of Indian farmers in land it has leased in the Gambela region.

  • Choc de cultures en Ethiopie
    • Le Monde
    • 05 Jan 2012

    Gilles van Kote, envoyé spécial du Monde, et Jiro Ose, photographe japonais basé à Addis-Abeba, se sont rendus dans la région de Gambela, à la pointe occidentale de l'Ethiopie, pour enquêter sur le phénomène de location de terres.

  • Scramble for Ethiopia’s Land
    • Le Monde
    • 05 Jan 2012

    Rich soil, a tropical climate, and an abundance of water: the region of Gambela in the west of the country is fertile. Foreign investors are renting thousands of hectares of it to develop intensive agriculture without regard for the environment and the population, reports Le Monde.

  • African roses are as beautiful
    • Times of India
    • 01 Jan 2012

    Sai Ramakrishna Karuturi talks to the Times of India about his African safari.

  • Channel4News - agriculture revolution or land grab?
    • Ethiotube
    • 29 Dec 2011

    Channel4News Jonathan Rugman has special report from Ethiopia on the revolution in agricultural production - but small tenant farmers say they now have less food to eat than before the changes began.

  • Is Indian investment in Ethiopian farms a 'land grab?'
    • CS Monitor
    • 23 Dec 2011

    Investment by Indian-owned Karuturi Global has raised questions about whether Ethiopia is literally giving away the farm, or conversely, launching a 'green revolution' to help Ethiopia feed itself.

  • Karuturi sets sight on sugarcane crushing factory
    • Oromiya Government
    • 19 Dec 2011

    In three years, 15,000ha will be covered with a sugarcane plantation in Gambela Province.

  • Indian firms look to Africa for business opportunities
    • BBC
    • 11 Dec 2011

    Karuturi Global is now one of the biggest private land owners in the world. They have invested over a quarter of a billion dollars in Ethiopia and Kenya alone. BBC reports.

  • Indian firms look to Africa for business opportunities
    • BBC
    • 11 Dec 2011

    "We are using knowledge and resources from Latin America and North America, capital from this part of the world (India) and land from Africa to make hopefully a heady cocktail,"says Sai Ramakrishna Karuturi

  • Spreading in Gambella: Investment, criticism, opportunity
    • Addis Fortune
    • 11 Dec 2011

    Interest by both local and international companies to lease land has been met with criticism by some outside the region, yet locals are unperturbed.

  • Ramakrishna Karuturi: Man behind Karuturi Global - world's largest producer of cut roses
    • Economic Times
    • 04 Dec 2011

    “We have finalised deals with four big agro companies in India for joint ventures for different crops that we are looking at growing – rice, maize, oil palm and sugarcane,” says Karuturi.

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