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  • GCC, Philippines launch economic cooperation
    • Saudi Gazette
    • 13 Jun 2009

    A memorandum of understanding and cooperation will be signed between the Federation of GCC Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

  • Pakistan seeks investment to build eight million houses
    • Gulf News
    • 13 May 2009

    “We have finalised plans for the corporate farming project and we have the capabilities to meet the food requirements of the GCC countries," said Senator Waqar Ahmad Khan, Investment Minister of Pakistan. “They will be able to export 50 per cent of the crop while the 50 per cent would be sold in Pakistan,” adding that 6.65 million acres of land for agriculture is available in Pakistan.

  • Learning tricks of the trade
    • Gulf News
    • 25 Apr 2009

    Some Gulf countries may now be realising the importance of offering direct loans to African countries as a means to increase Arab investment.

  • Saudis renew search for food security
    • Oxford Analytica
    • 23 Apr 2009

    GCC countries' initiatives to safeguard food security by investing in agricultural projects abroad had stalled, illustrated by the Saudi Bin Laden Group's decision to postpone a planned $4.3-billion investment in Indonesian rice production.

  • Saudi Arabia - Plan to ensure food security on right path
    • MENAFN
    • 23 Apr 2009

    The issue of land ownership in Africa is very sacred and foreign investors need to be aware of the local sensitivities.

  • Much tilling without harvest
    • Zawya
    • 16 Apr 2009

    Essentially, the Middle East is left with two choices. “The region has to import. The question is, invest abroad or rely on the free market?” said Dr Eckart Woertz, program manager in economics at the Gulf Research Center in Dubai.

  • 'Gulf States’ Technology Can Be Swapped for Africa’s Food'
    • Inter Press Service
    • 25 Feb 2009

    Countries in the Gulf and in Africa can form mutually beneficial partnerships, with Africa supplying fertile arable land and the Gulf investing in technology, fertiliser and other agricultural inputs.

  • Gulf Africa Strategy Forum 2009
    • Khaleej Times
    • 23 Feb 2009

    The lack of systematic collection of data and categorising private and official investments from the Gulf has made it difficult to reach an accurate estimate of total investments, made so far.

  • UN argues for sharing of benefits in overseas agriculture deals
    • The National
    • 21 Jan 2009

    Gulf governments, entrepreneurs and sovereign wealth funds have spent vast sums buying or leasing farmland across Asia and Africa to try to secure cheaper imports and keep supermarket prices low. But the World Bank and UN want them to put more money into development aid.

  • Africa 'offers food security'
    • Gulf Daily News
    • 03 Dec 2008

    Africa could be the breadbasket for the GCC, providing valuable water and food supplies to the entire region, a Bahraini expert claimed yesterday.

  • GCC-Africa business opportunities growing
    • Gulf Daily News
    • 02 Dec 2008

    Investment opportunities between Africa and the GCC are ripe for the picking, says a top government official.

  • NPC to invest $300m in fish farming
    • Emirates Business 24/7
    • 25 Nov 2008

    Saudi-based National Prawn Company (NPC), the world’s largest integrated shrimp producer, is planning an initial investment of $300 million (Dh1.1 billion) to start large-scale fish production in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. The aim is to farm king fish, cobia, barramundi, mahi and milk fish using aquaculture installations on waste coastal desert land.

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