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Capacity Expansions Drive Shift to Buyer’s Market
Standard Bank Group will increase its investment in the Standard Bank Centre for AgriLeadership and Business Development at Stellenbosch University to R5.13-million over the next three years. This is up on the R3.45-million support Standard Bank Group provided over the past three years.
Standard Bank South Africa’s agricultural division is hosting a series of provincial roadshows in South Africa aimed at engaging major role players and sector leaders in discussions about generating growth in their region.
Agri-Vie is a private equity investment fund focused on agribusiness in Sub-Saharan Africa with a mission to generate an above average investment return, as well as demonstrable socio-economic development impacts through its equity investments. The fund was initiated by SP-aktif and Sanlam Private Equity with the cooperation of South African and international investors as well as the Makotulo BEE Consortium. The fund’s vision is to be a catalyst for sustainable growth through investing in one of the foundation sectors of Africa’s economies. Agri-Vie seeks to realise this vision through deploying development capital and management know-how according to sound investment and business principles. Agri-Vie Investment Advisors is a financial services provider authorized by the Financial Services Board, Registration number 33826. Visit www.agrivie.com for more information.
March 2013: Volatility in the agricultural sector is expected to continue, but despite the challenges ahead, Agribusiness experts are optimistic that 2013 will prove to be a hurdle that can be overcome.
China Oilseed Processing Report Provides Exclusive Insight Into Growth and Investment Potential in the Sector Over Next Decade; Report Now Available
Complete in-depth report on China oilseed processing sector now available for purchase. Danvers, MA, March, 2013 –(PR.com)– The just-released, in-depth report entitled Bringing Transparency to the Chinese Oilseed Processing Sector is now available for sale through Global AgInvestingSM Research & Insight (http://www.globalaginvesting.com/ResearchInsights/detail?contentid=2517).
The in-depth insider report provides a comprehensive analysis of the market dynamics driving growth in the Chinese oilseed processing industry over the next decade including:
- Africa has the potential to create a trillion-dollar food market
- But farmers need better access to help them grow and trade their products
- A new report outlines challenges and solutions to Africa’s Agriculture and Agribusiness sectors
WASHINGTON –A new World Bank report “Growing Africa: Unlocking the Potential of Agribusiness,” says that Africa’s farmers and agribusinesses could create a trillion-dollar food market by 2030 if they can expand their access to more capital, electricity, better technology and irrigated land to grow high-value nutritious foods. The report calls on governments to work side-by-side with agribusinesses, to link farmers with consumers in an increasingly urbanized Africa.
Les marchés alimentaires d’Afrique pourraient générer une opportunité de 1 000 milliards de dollars à l’horizon 2030
Selon un nouveau rapport publié aujourd’hui par la Banque mondiale, les agriculteurs et le secteur agroalimentaire africains pourraient générer un marché de 1 000 milliards de dollars à l’horizon 2030, s’ils parvenaient à élargir leur accès à des fonds supplémentaires, à l’électricité, à une meilleure technologie et à des terres irriguées en vue d’y cultiver des aliments à haute valeur nutritionnelle et sous réserve que les gouvernements africains puissent travailler plus étroitement avec les exploitations agricoles afin de nourrir la population urbaine croissante de la région.
WASHINGTON, March, 2013 – Africa’s farmers and agribusinesses could create a trillion-dollar food market by 2030 if they can expand their access to more capital, electricity, better technology and irrigated land to grow high-value nutritious foods, and if African governments can work more closely with agribusinesses to feed the region’s fast-growing urban population, according to a new World Bank report launched today.
WASHINGTON, March 4, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Africa’s farmers and agribusinesses could create a trillion-dollar food market by 2030 if they can expand their access to more capital, electricity, better technology and irrigated land to grow high-value nutritious foods, and if African governments can work more closely with agribusinesses to feed the region’s fast-growing urban population, according to a new World Bank report launched today.
Ecobank Transnational Incorporated is registered and headquartered in Lomé, Togo, as a pan-African bank holding company. It has presence in 32 African countries, and is represented in France through its affiliate, EBI S.A. Ecobank has representative offices in Beijing, China, Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the UK. Its shares are listed on the Ghana, Nigeria and BRVM (UEMOA) Stock Exchanges. ETI has 18,321 employees and 1,200 branches and offices.
Standard Chartered Bank is a universal banking group headquartered in London and strategically focused on Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is a leading provider of trade finance in Africa and was named Best Trade Bank in Africa in 2011 (Trade and Forfaiting Review Awards 2011). SCB captures significant trade flows along the various trade corridors and facilitated over US $10 billion of trade in Africa in 2011 alone. It has 15 African subsidiaries and over 200 correspondent banking relationships in Africa. SCB has a long term rating of A1 (Moody’s) and AA- (Fitch and S&P).
Agricultural investment opportunities, best practices & innovations define CMT’s 3rd Commercial Farm Africa Summit
Centre for Management Technology today launches the 3rd Commercial Farm Africa Summit to take place on March 19-20 in Accra, Ghana. Endorsed by Ghanaian Ministry of Food & Agriculture (MOFA) and supported by Private Enterprise Foundation, the 2-day summit addresses rising agricultural investment opportunities in the region, spotlighting on funding, best practices, infrastructure and innovations challenges.
“Smallholders are a vast and under-utilized resource;
these are the people we work with – whether smallholders, pastoralists or herders – not just to increase productivity, but to nurture the land, to improve their businesses and strengthen market access.”
– Mr. Kanayo F. Nwanze, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development
Both Producers and Consumers to Benefit
TAMALE, Ghana, Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Getting a loan, storing crops, earning more from sales—all are about to become a little easier for Ghanaian grain farmers and traders with the recent issuance of the first grain warehouse receipts. This auspicious event took place in December in Tamale, in northern Ghana, a relatively poor area that is the focus of development efforts. The receipts are a record of deposit that can be accepted as collateral by banks and nonbank financial institutions.