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Australia's National Party has seen its ministers express differing views over whether or not the sector should be excluded from emissions reduction targets.
Research associate Zoe Willingham says the government’s role in the Farm Credit System means lenders have a responsibility to help strengthen climate resilience of ag credit.
Foreign ownership of Australian farmland increased last year but remained flat as a percentage of the overall total, with China holding the most land.
Tim O’Laughlin has assumed a California-based position to focus on new initiatives for Mahi Pono and PSP affiliate Pomona Farming.
Rabobank’s Agribusiness Outlook 2021 suggests tailwinds for the sector will help overcome challenges posed by China, the pandemic recovery and increased sustainability expectations.
Primewest will use part of the A$60m raised in an institutional placement to make a cornerstone investment in its first agriculture fund.
Food security fears made food and ag-focused technology a 'small but important' part of SOI investments in 2020, reflecting increased sophistication among operators.
The Foreign Investment Review Board has become a ‘de facto security regulator’, according to Lachlan Molesworth of Foreign Investment Advisory Australia.
Valoral Advisors founder Roberto Vitón says Hancock's entry into Chile’s ag sector comes amid US and European LP interest that has grown despite the country’s political challenges.
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As ag’s nascent carbon credit markets find their feet and the true quality of their respective offerings become clearer, a divergence in price points that impacts farmland values could emerge.
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