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Why lease agri-land as opposed to purchasing it

Thursday, March 19, 2009
We believe investors should consider investing in supply expansion (i.e. consider being closer to the producers and the land.).

A SQUARE :: 19Mar09 Why lease agri-land as opposed to purchasing it
Category Agriculture
Author Sona Blessing
In our view such supply expansion necessarily involves the emerging markets. For example Brazil and Argentina rank amongst the top five producers of soybeans and corn.
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