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  • Korea’s overseas development backfires
    • Korea Times
    • 04 Dec 2009

    That Korea is no longer "importing" this food that is being grown overseas implies that this land is effectively Korean. This amounts to agricultural imperialism.

  • Government says no land deal with South Korea
    • The Citizen
    • 25 Sep 2009

    The government of Tanzania has refuted media reports indicating that it has leased out 1000 square kilometres of farmland to South Koreans.

  • Korea shifting to agricultural aid in resource diplomacy
    • Joong Ang Daily
    • 25 Sep 2009

    The Korea Rural Community Corporation, under the Agriculture Ministry, said it is also in talks with other resource-rich countries about deals in exchange for support for the construction of agricultural infrastructure or farms. Among the negotiating partners mentioned were Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Senegal and Mongolia.

  • Tanzania says in talks with S.Korea to boost farming
    • Reuters
    • 24 Sep 2009

    "This land [100,000 ha] is not meant to be leased to the Koreans as such, but a mechanism will be worked out on how the land must be processed," said a spokesperson for Tanzania's prime minister.

  • S. Korea to build farming infrastructure in Tanzania
    • Yonhap
    • 24 Sep 2009

    South Korea will develop 100,000 ha of farmland in Tanzania to make inroads into African and European markets, a state-run rural development corporation said Thursday.

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