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A confluence of investing in real estate, agriculture and bio-energy

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Currently, we believe we are unique in that we intend to acquire and manage most of the land ourselves as opposed to essentially leasing it..

A SQUARE :: 15Apr08 A confluence of investing in real estate, agriculture and bio-energy
Category Hybrid
Author Sona Blessing
We believe this is a triple play - firstly, the long term trend for real estate prices is slated to rise - both at an absolute and relative level. ...
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