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Ceres Partners founder and CEO Perry Vieth sets out the reasons for US row crop farmland’s resurgence and why investors should be optimistic about its future.
Brexit, eggs, food, agriculture
The UK and the EU are now trading under the terms of the Brexit trade deal agreed in late December. The lack of widespread friction to date is an encouraging early sign.
Favorable climatic conditions have set up a bumper grains crop in Australia. But ANZ warns the sector should prepare for ‘the confluence of major global factors’, including covid-19.
Country director Oleg Klein says opportunities in Russian agriculture remain for foreign investors engaged in constructive dialogue with the national government.
Managing partner Andrew Heintzman says the firm’s presence and market knowledge on both sides of the US-Canada border helped drive interest among its LP base of Canadian institutions.
Decernis chief executive Kevin Kenny says some degree of scarcity and price pressure on difficult to grow and process food items is inevitable in the wake of covid-19.
Assistant professor Sandro Steinbach says China’s use of new supply chains is likely to hurt the state’s exports more significantly in the long term.
Aquaculture in Norway
The firm's first two funds have almost raised a combined $250m from family offices and will invest in Norwegian ag and energy companies before exporting them to South-East Asia.
Carlyle managing director Taj Sidhu says the loan fits within the Credit Opportunities Fund’s focus on non-sponsored borrowers and will partially be used to support expansion targeting markets in Asia.
The end of an unlikely surge in Iranian imports of US soy highlights risk that investors face when policymakers use ag to pursue unrelated goals.
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