At the Triangular People's Conference on ProSavana in Tokyo, Japanese researcher Sayaka Funada-Classen explains how this agricultural megaproject in northern Mozambique follows Japan's historical model.
Officials are tight-lipped about the critical issue of land acquisition in Pakistan by Chinese state-run or private firms for furthering cooperation in agriculture, which was an important feature of the CPEC long-term plan
two NGO staff and 10 Kuoy indigenous villagers were summoned to court following land dispute in Preah Vihear, Cambodia with two Chinese companies that were clearing the land in dispute with the villagers back in December 2014. Some 300 villagers stopped about six bulldozers operated by the companies.
A group of 30 trainees from Kyrgyzstan's agriculture sector were in Puyang to exchange ideas and seek business opportunities with Chinese enterprises, with more than 10 potential agreements being reached.