MELBOURNE – Should rich countries — or investors based there — be buying agricultural land in developing countries?
That question is raised in Transnational Land Deals for Agriculture in the Global South, a report issued last year by the Land Matrix Partnership, a consortium of European research institutes and nongovernmental organizations.
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