In partnership with Indonesian agribusiness Japfa and Cargill’s Black River, AustAsia has built five free stall dairy farms in the province of Shandong, plus another in Inner Mongolia, to milk 30,000 Holsteins in total.
Ramakrishna Karuturi has mocked plans to sell off his Naivasha-based flower farm, saying the liquidation procedure will not affect his ownership of the land, which is held through separate subsidiaries.
Special issue of World Development suggests a key feature of Brazilian and Chinese engagements in African agriculture is the role of state–business relations in shaping and steering development, suggesting new forms of developmentalism.
The development of an oil palm plantation, which was thought to have been pretty much abandoned by the American company that ran it, has resumed in the Southwest Region of Cameroon, according to satellite data released by Greenpeace.
A group of community leaders from Colombia, Liberia, Indonesia and Peru have been raising awareness in Europe of the human and environmental impact of palm oil plantations on their communities. Radio interview with Ali Kaba of Liberia's Sustainable Development Institute.
Four years on, what has been done to realise these principles? What are the current debates surrounding implementation of the VGGT? What challenges and obstacles have emerged, and how are they being addressed and resolved in different contexts?
Kremlin says 51% of the $9.8bn management company will be held by the Russian Federation and 49% by Chinese partners and specifies that land can only be provided to Russian companies for agricultural production.
Déforestation, spoliation des terres, conditions de travail… Le groupe belgo-luxembourgeois, dont l'homme d'affaires français est actionnaire, concentre les critiques sur la gestion de ses plantations.
Un projet de loi sur les propriétés privées titrées en cours de discussion au niveau ministeriel contient un article qui cherche à donner les mêmes droits d’accès à la propriété foncière aux Malgaches et aux étrangers.
Entre el 25 de abril y el 4 de mayo delegados de Indonesia, Perú, Colombia y Liberia, entre otros países exigieron en Londres que la Unión Europea ponga fin a las violaciones de derechos humanos y al acaparamiento de tierras vinculados a las empresas de palma de aceite, que en su mayoría consume la UE.