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There have been significant changes in the rankings of the largest owners and managers of North American forests in recent months... and more are likely in store.
Four years after its first fundraising boom, the sector is starting to generate exits. The valuation and return data coming with them will attract institutional money.
Borrower-specific factors rather than a broader malaise explain much of the increase, according to acting president Lowell Junkins.
Booming values in Poland, Bulgaria and Romania should not prompt investors to overlook the region’s political and economic uncertainties, according to Savills' latest report.
A rare four-year growth streak is helping meat eating recover from a big drop during the recession, with poultry most in demand.
A ‘counter-intuitive’ lack of supply is helping to balance out uncertainty caused by Brexit, a mitigating factor more prevalent in Scotland than England.
An innovative study by the Inter-American Development Bank studies the link between greenhouse gas emissions and policy support. We sum up the results in an interactive chart.
Farmland performance is bouncing back, but not every asset is benefiting the same. We single out the winners in an interactive chart.
Organic growth, attrition and acquisitions explain why an ever-larger share of the country's wood-pellet production is in fewer hands. We single out the winners in a couple of charts.
Despite a weaker currency, Canadian farmers may not manage to undercut their US peers. We explore why in an interactive chart.
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