Egypt

La séduction égyptienne

Al-Raghi a connu un investissement fructueux dans le secteur agricole égyptien où la société cultive 25 000 feddans (10 500 ha) dans le projet Tochka sur un total de 125 000 feddans (52 500 ha). La deuxième phase du projet commencera en début de 2010.

Egypt's Beltone, Sudan's Kenana to invest in farms

Egypt's Beltone Private Equity and Sudan's Kenana Sugar Company have agreed to set up a firm to invest up to $1 billion in large-scale agriculture projects in both countries, Beltone said in a statement on Wednesday.

Abu Dhabi firm grows in Egypt

A private agricultural investment firm in Abu Dhabi plans a Dh925 million (US$251.8m) farmland deal in Egypt to grow wheat for the African nation’s domestic market.

Egypt: Southern farming

The wheat farms in Sudan & Uganda are not Egypt’s first foray into overseas farming — the government operates a corn farm in Zambia, a rice farm in Niger, a vegetable farm in Tanzania and plans 14 more farms across Africa — but they are significant because they are among the first efforts to address wheat scarcity after the instability of 2008.

UAE firm, Egypt to sign farm deal

A United Arab Emirates company will sign a deal with Egypt to cultivate 100,000 feddans, about 42,000 hectares, of land with wheat, corn and feed, the official news agency Mena reported on Tuesday.

Is a recolonization of Africa underway?

I wonder how many other behind-the-scenes transactions are currently underway in the continent that will only be announced when the deals have been signed and perhaps money has exchanged hands.

Almarai mulls Egyptian acquisitions

Almarai Company, Saudi Arabia's biggest listed dairy firm, is studying more acquisition opportunities in Egypt after spending $115 million last month to buy an Egyptian company and its farmland