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Food Funds: Chinese investment in agribusiness

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Diluted deals and a change of strategy |   By Justin Bergman   | About four years ago, the Chongqing Grain Group (CGG), one of China’s largest state-owned grain corporations, made a major announcement: the company was planning to build an industrial soy processing complex in Brazil’s Bahia state worth potentially up to 4 billion reals (an exchange rate of $2 billion at that time) in total investment. The project was one of the most significant ever planned by a Chinese company in Latin America—a major step forward in China’s ambitions to expand its agribusiness investments overseas to ensure a […]
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