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Agro-industrial investments in Cameroon

In recent years, Cameroon has been approached by growing numbers of local and international investors wanting to acquire arable land for large-scale agro-industrial operations. In order to make a realistic assessment of the situation, this study takes a closer look at large-scale land acquisition

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2015
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Accountability in Africa's land rush : what role for legal empowerment?

In recent years, there has been a renewed interest in acquiring farmland for agricultural investments in lower-income countries.

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2013
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Agricultural investments and land acquisitions in Mali : context, trends and case studies

Agricultural investments involving the acquisition of long-term rights over large areas of land in developing countries have been the focus of much debate in recent years.

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2012
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Long-term outcomes of agricultural investments : lessons from Zambia

Agricultural investments involving the acquisition of long-term rights over large areas of land in developing countries have been the focus of much debate in recent years.

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2012
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Community-investor business models : lessons from the oil palm sector in East Malaysia

Concerns about food and energy security, coupled with increasing returns from agriculture, have increased interest in agricultural investments in developing countries. Public debates about 'land grabbing' have questioned the socio-economic impacts of large-scale land acquisitions.

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2011
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Land deals in Africa : what is in the contracts?

Over the past few years, agribusiness, investment funds and government agencies have been acquiring long-term rights over large areas of land in Africa.

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2011
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Land grab or development opportunity? Agricultural investment and international land deals in Africa

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2009
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The Orang Asli and the contest for resources

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2000