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Del acaparamiento de tierras al ganar-ganar - Aprovechando las oportunidades que brindan las inversiones internacionales en agricultura

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    Las adquisiciones extranjeras de tierras agrícolas en África y en otras partes se han vuelto un motivo de preocupación. Muchos observadores las consideran una nueva forma de colonialismo que amenaza la seguridad alimentaria de los pobres. Sin embargo, las inversiones podrían ser una buena noticia si los objetivos de los compradores de tierra se conciliaran con las necesidades de inversión de los países en desarrollo.

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    Paper provided by Economic and Social Development Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in its series FAO - Economic and Social Perspectives with number 4FR.

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    Length: 2 pages
    Date of creation: 2009
    Handle: RePEc:fao:pbrief:04es
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