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Over the past 10 years, the EU’s statistics agency has been harmonizing country data to make land prices and rents comparable across the bloc. This week, we look at rents.
The development bank is considering a cash infusion to finance an infrastructure upgrade at the country’s largest grain trader, a project estimated to cost $140m.
The UK-focused firm, which specializes in "relatively undermanaged" companies, is largely backed by US endowments and European funds of funds.
The New Zealand co-operative's €7m capital injection will provide Rokiskio with funds for a tech upgrade and international expansion.
Over the last 10 years, the EU’s statistics agency has worked on harmonizing country data and patching up information gaps to make land prices and rents comparable across the bloc. We take a look at the first set of results.
Aurelius snaps up the major’s Helvetic feed business at a time when Cargill expands in Latin America.
After providing $40m to GNT in 2015, the development bank has approved a fresh infusion of funds to help the grain operator improve its infrastructure.
The firm, which is currently raising Cibus with a $500m target, has already deployed more than 50% of the equity raised at first close.
The French firm is currently investing its second private equity vehicle, which it closed on €225m in January.
The development bank will pay $8m for its share just months after the agri trader received nearly twice as much from the IFC.
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