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  • Betting the farm
    • Fortune/CNN
    • 10 Jun 2009

    As world population expands, the demand for arable land should soar. At least that's what George Soros, Lord Rothschild, and other investors believe.

  • Mideast grabs land elsewhere
    • CNN
    • 21 May 2009

    CNN's John Defterios takes a look at how Middle Eastern countries are scouring the globe for farmland.

  • Rufiji interviews: what do they know about SEKAB
    • Riches of the Poor
    • 20 May 2009

    The people who have agreed to give out their land for free to SEKAB have been mislead by unrealistic promises

  • Philippines looks abroad to boost agriculture
    • Al Jazeera
    • 17 May 2009

    The United Nations says the issue of food security has become one of the world's fundamental challenges. In the Philippines, the government has started looking beyond its borders as it tries to boost domestic agriculture. Many small farmers, however, are not happy about that, as Marga Ortigas explains

  • Sudan's rural riches attract investors
    • Al Jazeera
    • 16 May 2009

    Despite internal conflicts and an inability to feed its own people, Sudan believes it can be not only Africas breadbasket, but also the world's.

  • Land grab conference: The Race for the World's Farmland
    • The New Security Beat
    • 12 May 2009

    On May 5, the Wilson Center hosted a half-day conference that considered the implications for investors, host countries, and food security, highlighting case studies from Asia, Africa, Europe, and the former Soviet Union.

  • ARTE : Planète à vendre
    • ARTE
    • 27 Mar 2009

    Cette partie de monopoly planétaire inquiète au plus haut niveau.

  • Proposed Kenya-Qatar Land Deal Stirs Controversy
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSoym58ut0Q&feature=player_embedded
    • 18 Mar 2009

    The Kenyan government is considering leasing a large tract of land in the Tana River Delta in eastern Kenya to Qatar's government. In return, Qatar would build a port in the seaside town of Lamu.

  • The Environmental Cost of Euro-Arab Scramble for Africa
    • American Chronicle
    • 26 Feb 2009

    Reports indicate the growing Euro-Arab-Asian interest to buy land in Africa for the food security of their home population, not Africa´s. However, seldom do these reports link the the appetite for farmland and energy investment on the continent with the current global economic crises.

  • HADCO Chairman talks about the Co's Sudan investments
    • Al Arabiya
    • 17 Feb 2009

    A number of videos interviews broadcast by Al-Arabiya are available at Zawya.com, in Arabic

  • Cambodia farm land sold to wealthy nations
    • Channel 4 (UK)
    • 29 Jan 2009

    Never mind the food miles: when prices are soaring around the world some countries have found a way of keeping their own consumers happy - farming out their farms overseas. One of Asia’s poorest countries, Cambodia, is at the top of their wish list.

  • Madagascar n'est pas à vendre
    • Daily Motion
    • 10 Jan 2009

    The Malagasy people staunchly oppose the grabbing of their lands and call on the Korean government, the leaders of Daewoo Logistics and the Korean people to take their resposibilities so that this project is called off!

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