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Agriculture: Why invest now?

Wednesday, December 19, 2007
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A SQUARE :: 19Dec07 Agriculture: Why invest now?
Category Agriculture
Author Sona Blessing
Investing along the entire value chain: pure play on land to commodity futures
• Global equity participation - across sectors and market capitalisation ranges
• Private equity bio tech, biofuel etc. ventures
• Direct and indirect investments in land and forestry
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