Investors in rich or emerging countries have bought more than 83 million hectares of agricultural land in poorer developing countries since 2000. Photo: Reuters Investors in rich or emerging countries have bought more than 83 million hectares of agricultural land in poorer developing countries since 2000. Photo: Reuters
Investors in rich or emerging countries have bought more than 83 million hectares of agricultural land in poorer developing countries since 2000. Photo: Reuters

Are rich countries guilty of 'land grabs'?

Peter Singer says concern over 'land grabs' is justified, given reports of rights violations

Investors in rich or emerging countries have bought more than 83 million hectares of agricultural land in poorer developing countries since 2000. Photo: Reuters Investors in rich or emerging countries have bought more than 83 million hectares of agricultural land in poorer developing countries since 2000. Photo: Reuters
Investors in rich or emerging countries have bought more than 83 million hectares of agricultural land in poorer developing countries since 2000. Photo: Reuters
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