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China to buy New Zealand farmland
Published: 20 Apr 2012
Posted in:  China | New Zealand | PengXin Group
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Al Jazeera | 20 April 2012

After a year-long legal battle, China will be allowed to buy farmland in new Zealand. Some experts say these purchases are less about business and more about rich countries securing their own food supply at the expense of less well off nations.

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