Transnational land acquisitions

Figure Created 31 Oct 2014 Published 28 Feb 2015 Last modified 15 Jul 2016
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Transnational land acquisitions refer to the procedure of acquiring land (and freshwater) resources in foreign countries. It is often called 'land grabbing'. Most commonly, investors or investing countries are located in the developed world, while the 'grabbed' land is usually in developing countries.


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