This transaction is the second major agricultural investment in Romania by TC Capital, which is managed by Turkish businessmen Ali Capa and Ertugrul Karaevli.
Le gouvernement camerounais autorise la mise à disposition à Wassande, dans la région de l’Adamaoua, d’une superficie de 5000 hectares au profit de la société turque Paksan Tekstil Sanayii.
- Agence Ecofin
08 Oct 2019
Saudi Arabia-based SAK Consultants is looking into investing in land or forming a partnership with landowners to export vegetables and meat to Saudi Arabia.
Turkish investors have been cooperating with Kuwaiti businesspeople to invest some $100 million in greenhouses on a 100 hectare area in the Karaali region to export agricultural products to Gulf countries.
The new office of the Turkish and Sudanese joint agricultural and livestock company will commence works on a 12,500 ha pilot farm, as part of an agreement in which 780,000 ha in Sudan have been earmarked for Turkish companies.
Ahmet Hasan, the general manager of Royal Link, which manages the investments of Qatar Holding, says they have acquired a huge tract of land for the production of dried fruit and several Qatari companies have acquired other large areas of farmland.
Turkey-Sudan Business Council Chair Mehmet Ali Korkmaz indicated that 780,000 hectares of land leased by Turkey in Sudan would be open to Turkish investors and agriculture production, doubling Turkey's crop.
According to the agreement, Turkey will lease a total of 793,000 hectares in six different regions in Sudan, of which 12,500 hectares will be allocated to the joint company. The rest will be leased to private sector firms.
- Asharq Al-Awsat
21 Jun 2017
With the passing of a law in 2012 opening the door to foreign investment in farmland in Turkey, Gulf countries are increasing their investments in agriculture and livestock, as they aim to meet their homeland's food needs.
L’entreprise turque TOYA vient de s’engager à développer les cultures de coton sur 20.000 ha et de maïs sur 10.000 ha dans la zone de Macina au Mali.
- Nouvelle Expression
08 Nov 2016
Anadolu Etap is a joint venture between the Turkish companies Anadolu Group and Özgörkey Holding and the Cutrale Group, owned by one of Brazil's largest orange and soybean farming families. The company has 6 different farms covering 2.500 ha in Turkey.
Turkey plans to lease farmlands in African countries as thousands of its own farmers have gone out of business amid decreased government support and an aggressive construction drive swallowing arable lands.