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The New Zealand university has launched a fund to invest into agriculture technology in the country, funding projects such as forestry automation and biomaterials.
Strong demand and less leverage means there is no bubble in North American farmland values, according to John Goodreds, senior director, natural resources.
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The agri and real estate fund manager has already established two funds and is now looking for opportunities in the fruit markets of Canada and Europe.
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8 Miles LLP has invested into a Ugandan poultry business, its second investment into Africa’s agriculture sector.
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The trade body EuropaBio – as well as corporates such as Monsanto – has warned that proposed GMO rules could hamper investment.
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The lending institution could leverage investment from the private sector into Angola’s agriculture industry alongside its own commitment.
Upfront Ventures led the seed round of funding for plant-growing technology start-up Grove Labs, alongside three other VC firms and an individual angel investor.
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The firm will list on the Nasdaq exchange after raising IPO capital to acquire the vineyard business of the Taggares family, according to an SEC filing.
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The firm's asset management business is offering segregated mandates to institutional investors wanting to invest into Australian and New Zealand farmland.
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The Timberland Investment Management Organisation is buying 50,000 acres from Plum Creek, acquiring it for a separate account investor.
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