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Governments and corporations are buying up farmland in other countries to grow their own food – or simply to make money Oxford Business Group | 24 August 2008 In a bid to ensure its long-term food security, Bahrain is negotiating a series of import agreements and investing in farmland in South East Asia. In response to sharp rises in basic commodities, especially rice, Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa said in March that Bahrain and other countries in the region had to turn their attention to maintaining adequate supplies for their populations as a matter of urgency. “We need to draw lessons from ...
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For the past several weeks I have been meaning to write a blog article on the recent provincial budget and what it includes, or doesn’t include, in regards to creating a more food secure Manitoba. Unfortunately, there is not a whole lot to say this year. The 2010 budget was obviously made in a different time than budgets of previous years. Austerity is ruling the day and new money is difficult, if not impossible, to come by. My expectations, therefore, were not particularly high for any new innovations this year to promote food security. Similar to last year, the Finance Minister ... Read More
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After thirty years of stability, staple food prices have increased on average by 43% in world markets this year and 80% since 2005. The fastest rising commodity, wheat, was $105 a tonne in 2000 and now costs $481. This has both reflected and caused inflation throughout the world, but is of greatest concern in less developed countries (LDCs). Food riots have broken out across Africa, Asia and the Caribbean and the World Bank has named 33 countries where they fear that hunger could lead to serious social unrest and political instability. With a slightly different emphasis, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has ... market research, surveys and trends
It took half a year or so, but at last poor countries and poor people are being factored into responses and solutions to the global financial and economic crisis. The human cost of the crisis is now being addressed by mainstream newspapers, it is the subject of high level reports, and is found in the G20 communiqué of April 2 . It seems the people worst hit by this crisis—people who are also least responsible for it, and who will suffer longest when the rich world returns to "normal"—now matter and are explicitly considered within the global public policy that the G20 communiqué reflects. But note that the international response ... market research, surveys and trends
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Feeding a population expected to swell from 5.7 billion in 1995 to 9.8 billion by the year 2050 will require rapid increases in food production, mostly through increasing output from land already being cultivated. FAO projections indicate that the required gains can be achieved... but only with increased and better directed investment in agriculture and rural development. THE RAPID INCREASES that allowed food production to outstrip population growth over the past 50 years have resulted in significant part from high levels of investment in agriculture, both private and public. FAO estimates that gross investments in on-farm ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
World Food Day (WFD) was established by FAO's Member Countries at the Organization's 20th General Conference in November 1979 . The Hungarian Delegation, lead by the former Hungarian Minister of Agriculture and Food, Dr. Pál Romány has played an active role at the 20th Session of the FAO Conference and suggested the idea of celebrating the WFD worldwide. It has since been observed every year in more than 150 countries, raising awareness of the issues behind poverty and hunger. Since 1981 , World Food Day has adopted a different theme each year, in order to highlight areas needed for action and provide a common focus. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
This matter comes before the Court upon motion by Defendants Schering-Plough Corp. ("Schering"), Schering-Plough Products LLC, Schering-Plough Del Caribe, Inc., Vincent Sweeney, Fred Hassan, Robert J. Bertolini, Hans W. Becherer, C. Robert Kidder, Philip Leder, Eugene McGrath, Carl E. Mundy, Jr., Antonio M. Perez, Patricia F. Russo, Jack L. Stahl, Dr. Craig B. Thompson, Robert F.W. Van Oordt, Arthur F. Weinbach, and Kathryn C. Turner (collectively, "Defendants") to dismiss Plaintiffs' Amended Class Action Complaint ("Amended Complaint") for failure to state a claim pursuant to FED. R. CIV. P. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
(Reuters) - Pension funds are deepening their commitment to farmland, upping investments by billions of dollars and moving to active strategies, as a hedge against potential inflation and to diversify from riskier investments. Market Analysis Leading the charge are U.S. and European pension funds, although it is estimated that the amount of institutional money invested is less than 1 percent of global farmland value, with concentration in food exporting regions. A growing world population, limited water resources and finite amounts of land available have made farmland attractive to investors beyond traditional owners -- private ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 10, 2009 Food Security: Investing in Agricultural Development to Reduce Hunger and Poverty The vast majority of the world’s poorest people depend on agriculture for food and household incomes. When world food prices spiked last year, the G8 acted, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Investing in Agriculture for Growth and. Food Security in the ACP Countries. Jakob Skoet, Kostas Stamoulis and Annelies Deuss. ESA Working Paper No. 04-22 ...
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Mr Montek Singh Aluwalia mentioned in some discussion that we require about 1 % land for Industrilasation and this will not threten the FOOD SECURITY of the country . I want him to factor the Climate change , Lively hood loss and quality of FOOD secuity and tell us how much are we risking . posted 1 month ago in Green Business | Closed Share This Director, John Cameron Architects Pty Ltd see all my answers Best Answers in: Green Business (6), Energy and Development (3), Green Products (2), Commercial Real Estate (1), Regulation and Compliance (1), Supply Chain Management (1) This was selected as Best Answer Why let the debate ...
So here's my hypothesis. I set my online stock broker account to automatically buy a stock at a certain price, and then always sell at a certain price and allow it to continuously make money. For instance, I'll pick US Oil which normally fluctuates between $30-40. If i set a trigger to always buy at $30 and always sell at $40, wouldn't I essentially always be making a constant return? Yes if the stock always performed in that manner. I wish it were that easy. Let us assume you buy at $30 and it goes to $20, what are you going to do then? No doubt, equities trade in ranges but they are not always ...