Agriculture Outsourcing: South America/Latin America farmland investing
    Allied Venture promo video for Indian investors
    • YouTube
    • 21 Jul 2009
    "Land grabbing" : l’accaparement de terres en Afrique se poursuit
    Ouyang Riping, PDG d’une société agricole chinoise, a une mission : transformer le Sénégal en grenier à sésame… pour la Chine ! Dakar lui cède 60 000 hectares pour cultiver et exporter le sésame vers Pékin. En échange, les chinois apprennent aux paysans sénégalais à obtenir deux récoltes de riz par an. Coopération originale ou marché de dupes ?
    • cDurable.info
    • 17 Jul 2009
    Rich states shouldn't grab 3rd World's farmland
    Rather than participating in the race for farmland overseas, Japan should concentrate on raising its food self-sufficiency rate, which is now at about 40 percent.
    • Yomiuri Shimbun
    • 12 Jul 2009
    Benin farmers pressured to sell their land
    In Benin, the race to buy land is on! States, corporations, multinationals and investment funds are hungry for farmland.
    • France 24
    • 10 Jul 2009
    L'agrobusiness met sous pression les propriétaires terriens
    Le Bénin, l'un des rares pays à avoir échappé aux émeutes de la faim en 2008, subit aujourd'hui les méfaits de l'agrobusiness. La pression foncière y est particulièrement forte, notamment pour les paysans béninois, obligés de vendre.
    • France 24
    • 10 Jul 2009
    World's rich in massive land grab
    Video from The Global Report reporting that the G8 will address land grabbing through win-win solutions
    • The Global Report
    • 08 Jul 2009
    Outsourcing agriculture to Africa: for and against
    Videos for and against outsourcing food production to Africa
    • YouTube
    • 05 Jul 2009
    Betting the farm
    As world population expands, the demand for arable land should soar. At least that's what George Soros, Lord Rothschild, and other investors believe.
    • Fortune/CNN
    • 10 Jun 2009
    Mideast grabs land elsewhere
    CNN's John Defterios takes a look at how Middle Eastern countries are scouring the globe for farmland.
    • CNN
    • 21 May 2009
    Rufiji interviews: what do they know about SEKAB
    The people who have agreed to give out their land for free to SEKAB have been mislead by unrealistic promises
    • Riches of the Poor
    • 20 May 2009
    Philippines looks abroad to boost agriculture
    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
    • Al Jazeera
    • 17 May 2009
    Sudan's rural riches attract investors
    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.
    • Al Jazeera
    • 16 May 2009
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