land investments

Acquisition of land for future benefits

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16 October 2017
Rwanda

Date : 12 Octobre 2017

Source : Farmlandgrab

Par : Lopelle Mboussa Gassia et Raoulla Yondot Kanga

L’ambassadeur du Rwanda au Congo, Jean Baptiste Habyalimana, a, lors d’une audience le 12 octobre avec le ministre des Affaires foncières et du domaine public Pierre Mabiala, demandé les procédures d’acquisition des terres en République du Congo.

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13 October 2017
Congo

Date : 12 octobre 2017

Source : Pages Afrik

Par : Sogni Zaou

Le Premier ministre, chef du gouvernement, Clément Mouamba a indiqué, le 10 octobre 2017 à Brazzaville qu’en dehors du pétrole dont le prix est en baisse sur le marché mondial, le Congo dispose d’autres possibilités de mobilisation des recettes, notamment le recours aux ressources de proximité telles les recettes douanières et fiscales sans oublier les secteurs des forêts et du foncier.

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11 October 2017
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Date : 9 octobre 2017

Source : Farmlandgrab

Par : Idriss Linge

En consortium avec l’entrepreneur congolais Kalaa Mpinga, Kuramo Capital, une firme de private equity basé à New-York et focalisée sur l'Afrique, a pris une participation de 17,5 millions $, dans Feronia, une société d'agrobusiness opérant en République Démocratique du Congo.

26 February 2018 to 28 February 2018

Location

United Arab Emirates
AE
Iran
Iraq
Jordan
Lebanon
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
United Arab Emirates
Yemen

The Government of the United Arab Emirates in partnership with the World Bank, the Global Land Tool Network, UN-Habitat, the Arab League and the Arab Union of Surveyors is pleased to announce the first Arab Land Conference that will be hosted by the Dubai Land Department and held in Dubai, UAE, between 26-28 /February/2018.

Agreements & Contracts
May 2009
Mozambique

Contrato Mineiro entre o Governo de Moçambique e Riverdale Moçambique Limitada.

Reports & Research
October 2016
Mozambique

China’s investment and trade in Africa’s natural resource sectors have significant implications for Africa’s forests. Many investments are in forest areas. Some directly engage in logging while others, such as mining, infrastructure and agribusiness, affect forests and rural livelihoods. This report provides an overview of trends, evidence and issues related to the impacts on forests of Chinese investments in four African countries: Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique and Uganda.

Agreements & Contracts
October 2007
Mozambique

Este documento é o contrato de Concessão e pesquisa e produção entre o Governo da Republica de Moçambique e ANI EAST AFRICA S. p.a e a Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos E. P. para a área 4 Offshore do bloco do Rovuma

Reports & Research
February 2013
Mozambique

The mainstay of this report, however, is not so much an examination of the extractive industries themselves as an examination of the Mozambican government’s and society’s ability to handle the impacts of these industries and where capacity growth is most urgently needed. In this regard, this investigation looks at three principal areas. The first area is about maximizing the receipts that reach legitimate government coffers. This includes the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, which ensures that company and governmentpayments match.