The world’s largest dairy companies are battling for market share against supply and economic constraints.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has issued a proposal to relax restrictions on pork import from some regions of Mexico.
The European Bank for Reconstruction & Development is providing a $60 million loan for a grain shipment terminal in Odessa, Ukraine.
Total returns for U.S. forestry land were 9.9% for the year when accounting for income of 2.6% - the highest in almost six years.
By Philippe de Laperouse of HighQuest Partners for Singapore Business Review, a media partner of Global AgInvesting Asia 2014.
The world’s deepest pockets are still finding opportunities in agriculture. -by Chris Paterson
New Zealand has 37% market share of the global dairy trade; it is twice as important to dairy as Saudi Arabia is to oil.
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