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  • Les terres agricoles, de plus en plus convoitées
    • Le Monde
    • 14 Apr 2009

    "Je crois que les tensions seront inévitables où que ce soit, faisant des enclaves agricoles étrangères de véritables forteresses assiégées."

  • Jordan to move forward on agricultural investments in Sudan
    • Sudan Times
    • 11 Apr 2009

    Jordan will dispatch a delegation to Sudan next Thursday headed by its agriculture minister Saeed Al-Masri to discuss an agreement on developing food farms in the East African country, according to media reports.

  • Jusqu'où ira la razzia sur les terres agricoles des pays pauvres ?
    • Inter Press Service
    • 01 Mar 2009

    La FAO s’apprête à sortir ces jours-ci un mode d’emploi sur la bonne gouvernance foncière. Histoire que le nouveau droit foncier de Madagascar ne soit pas défini par Daewoo Logistics. Et que les petits paysans du Sud participent enfin au débat

  • The farms race
    • Globe and Mail
    • 30 Jan 2009

    Wealthy countries short of fertile land are gazing hungrily at Canada's prairies

  • Saudi Arabia Launches $5.3b Agricultural Fund
    • Media Line
    • 27 Jan 2009

    The Saudi Arabian cabinet on Monday decided to establish a $5.3-billion fund to support agricultural development by offering soft loans and necessary credit facilities, the Saudi daily newspaper Saudi Gazette reported.

  • Agricultural investment in Sudan to resume early 2009
    • Jordan Times
    • 30 Nov 2008

    The stalled Jordanian agricultural megaproject in Sudan is expected to be resumed at the beginning of 2009

  • Sudan spends $1.5 billion to develop agriculture
    • Sudan Tribune
    • 05 Oct 2008

    Sudanese Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry will spend three billion Sudanese pounds (1.5 billion USD) up to the end of the year to implement a massive program to develop the agricultural sector.

  • Global Scramble to Own Food and Agricultural Assets
    • TriState Observer
    • 05 Sep 2008

    On the heels of tight crop production reports and the recent memory of individual nations experiencing food disruptions, there is a scramble to control or own agricultural assets and food stocks.

  • Darfur Withers as Sudan Sells Food
    • New York Times
    • 10 Aug 2008

    Even as it receives a billion pounds of free food from international donors, Sudan is growing and selling vast quantities of its own crops to other countries, capitalizing on high global food prices at a time when millions of people in its war-riddled region of Darfur barely have enough to eat.

  • Amman to give control of Sudan investment to private firm
    • MEED
    • 14 Jul 2008

    Jordan's Agriculture Ministry will soon appoint a private sector company to manage its substantial investment in farmland in Sudan.

  • Jordan to invest in Sudanese agriculture
    • Sudan Tribune
    • 15 May 2008

    The Jordanian Prime Minister Nader Dahabi said his country will cultivate lands allocated for his country in Sudan as part of his government strategy to deal with rising prces of food items on the international market.

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