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Kenya thankful for China’s food donation

Posted by | April 7, 2017 |

January 18, 2018

Kenya is the latest beneficiary of a series of food donations from China that have been provided to African countries to help the continent mitigate food insecurity resulting from changes in weather patterns.

Beijing has announced a donation of 21,000 metric tons of rice worth Ksh2.25 billion ($21.9 million; 20.5 million euros; 17.5 million) to be distributed to hunger-ravaged Kenyans in 23 counties. The first shipment of food is expected to arrive in Kenya in about a month.

According to Henry Rotich, Kenya’s treasury secretary, approximately 3 million Kenyans in both rural and urban areas are at risk of starvation.

The Chinese government responded to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s appeal in February for food aid from the international community, after declaring drought in the country a national disaster.

According to the national treasury, approximately 3 million Kenyans in both urban and rural areas are affected. Children under 5 years and expectant and lactating mothers are highly vulnerable to malnutrition.

“I wish to thank the government of China for the quick response to the president’s appeal,” Rotich said. The grant will go a long way toward supplementing the ongoing government efforts addressing the food crisis.”

Rotich says the Kenyan government is working with the Chinese government on long-term mitigation measures like irrigation programs in drought-prone areas.

Liu Xianfa, the Chinese ambassador to Kenya, says the donated rice will be able to support 1.4 million people for a month on average.

“China has always paid attention to the drought situation in Kenya. For the past three years, we have been mobilizing the Chinese community in the country to support drought victims through food and water donations.

Since late last year, the Chinese government has donated rice to several African countries to help them mitigate the food crisis. Beneficiaries include Uganda, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Sierra Leone.

Toward the end of February, Beijing donated 5,983 tons of rice worth Ksh22 billion ($6.1 million; 5.7 million euros; 4.9 million) to Uganda to support drought-stricken people in the country.

About 10.9 million Ugandans are experiencing acute food shortages, while 1.6 million have no food at all, according to Uganda Food Security Outlook for June through January.

Food security is attributed to prolonged severe drought, which has affected crop production, leading to increased food prices.

In September, the Chinese government donated 19,000 tons of rice worth $24.6 million to Zimbabwe. About 4 million people in the country are in need of food aid.

It also promised to donate 10,000 tons of urea fertilizer to be distributed to the farmers who were to take part in a government maize production program to produce 2 million tons of grain.

Handing over the donation, Chinese Ambassador Huang Ping was quoted by Xinhua News Agency as saying the grant was a fulfilment of the drought-relief pledge made to affected African countries by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit held in South Africa in December 2015.

“Today’s event testifies to the strong ties between China and Zimbabwe as all-weather partners, especially in the area of food security and agriculture,” Huang said.

Chinese Ambassador to Sierra Leone Wu Ping told Agriculture Minister Monty Jones recently that China will donate 6,300 tons of rice, equivalent to 126,000 50-kilogram bags of rice.

By the end of last year, China donated 6,000 tons of rice to be distributed to 271,266 households in 16 of 24 districts affected by drought in Malawi.

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CMIA Capital Partners & China Merchants Technology back privatization of China Farm Equipment Ltd

Posted by | November 18, 2012 |
January 18, 2018

CMIA China Fund IV L.P., a private equity fund managed by CMIA Capital Partners, and China Merchants Technology Holdings, a leading Chinese State-Owned Enterprise, have together invested US$23 million in the successful privatization of China Farm Equipment Limited, a company publicly listed on the Singapore Exchange.

CMIA Capital Partners is a private equity firm focused on investment opportunities in China and Southeast Asia. The CMIA China Fund IV L.P. is CMIA’s fourth private equity fund and is focused on control and growth capital investment opportunities in China, particularly in China’s agriculture, agribusiness and food sector.

CFE is a leading agriculture machinery manufacturer in China and engages in the design, development, production, and sale of farm equipment and diesel engines. CFE’s products include combine harvesters, rotary plough machines and components, and soil tillages, as well as air cooling and water cooling diesel engines. CFE sells its products through distributors in China, and also exports its products to Vietnam, Myanmar, Thailand, and Bangladesh.

“The farming equipment space is a fast-growing sector in China and will benefit from China’s drive to accelerate the modernization of its agricultural sector. CFE is a leading agriculture machinery manufacturer in China with an experienced and proven management team, a well-known brand, an established distribution network and a resilient R&D effort. CFE is also a leader for track-based harvesters in the Hunan and Jiangxi provinces. We look forward to a close partnership with CFE’s management as we work together to realize the potential of its business,” commented Mr. Lee Chong Min, Managing Partner of CMIA Capital Partners.

Mr. Wang Shu Ping, Group Founder, Chairman and CEO of CFE adds “I am pleased to be working in partnership with CMIA for this very important corporate milestone for our company. CMIA has a successful track record investing in and working with companies in China and has a good understanding of China’s agriculture sector. We look forward to leveraging on CMIA’s strong network and expertise in China to further develop our business.”

Ms. Zhu Jinhong, Investment Director, China Merchants Technology Holdings, added “China’s agricultural machinery industry is a high-growth sector in China and strategic to China’s efforts towards modernizing its agriculture sector. According to China’s Ministry of Agriculture, China’s agricultural machinery sector grew at a CAGR of 25% over the past four years and is expected to continue its robust growth in the foreseeable future, backed by favorable macroeconomic and industry trends such as China’s trend towards larger scale farming as well as favorable government policies and incentives. In particular, according to China’s 5-year Plan for the period 2010-2015, China forecasts its agriculture machinery industry to grow from RMB 280 billion in 2010 to RMB 400 billion by 2015”.

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Indofood buys 15 pct stake in China agriculture firm

Posted by | November 18, 2012 |
January 18, 2018

PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk, the world’s biggest instant noodle maker, is buying 14.9 percent stake in China-based fresh vegetable processor China Minzhong Food Corporation Limited, it said in a filing to the Indonesian stock exchange on Monday.

Indofood will buy 98 million shares of Singapore-listed Minzhong Food for S$89.67 million ($72.45 million) through right issuance. The share price transaction was at 9.9 percent discount to Thursday’s closing price.

“Looking at the company more detail, MINZ is a prominent player in the vegetable process industry in China integrated from up to downstream. MINZ has a various range of product portfolio from processed to fresh vegetables distributed for both domestic and export,” Jakarta-based Mandiri Sekuritas analyst Octavius Prakarsa said in a note on Monday.

“Yet, the acquisition may lift market confidence in the INDF outlook as such acquisition shows INDF’s continuing commitment in its growth onward.”

Shares of the food firm were down 1.49 percent at 6,600 rupiah. The broader Jakarta Composite Index was up 0.13 percent.

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($1 = 1.2376 Singapore dollars) (Reporting by Andjarsari Paramaditha; Editing by Jijo Jacob)

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UNL officials strengthen ties with Chinese agricultural universities

Posted by | November 18, 2012 |
January 18, 2018

Officials from the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln recently returned from a trip to China, where they continued work creating a niche for the university and the state of Nebraska in a country fast becoming one of the world’s economic superpowers.

UNL Vice Chancellor Ronnie Green led the group of IANR officials that included Mark Doyle, IANR director of international programs, and Rolando Flores, head of the Department of Food Science & Technology.

Green, who made his third trip to China in 18 months, said the team of officials had several focuses while visiting the country. Those focuses included strengthening relationships with several Chinese institutions and working on UNL’s effort to increase engagement in three countries: China, India and Brazil.

“We have made the strategic decision to rapidly grow our efforts in these three key countries,” Green said in a press release. “When one considers the challenges ahead over the next four decades with global food and natural resource security, these three countries are at the center of addressing these issues.”

UNL’s efforts to increase engagement in China specifically, Green said, have put the university in good standing in that country.

“These collective efforts have placed us into a real leadership position in agriculture and natural resources collaborations in China moving forward,” he said.

During the visit, IANR officials worked on furthering UNL’s relationship with China’s Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University in Yangling, Shaanxi Province. It’s considered one of China’s leading agriculture and natural resources universities. UNL and NWAFU began a research undergraduate experience program last summer, according to the press release.

The team also made new joint research partnerships with the China Agricultural University in Beijing to advance food science and food engineering research.

Doyle said China’s quickly growing research industry makes it important to stay involved with the country.

Michael Boddington from Asian Agribusiness Consulting (AAC) has been involved in agribusiness in Asia since 2000. AAC has office both in Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City and China Beijing. So AAC has a thorough understanding of the Viet Nam and China aqua industry and produces up-to-date research reports on the market. We can offer insights on supply and demand trends and comments on the future structure of Asian agribusiness. If you would like to know more please email 

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Sichuan’s Tie Qi Li Shi Group imports 1,000 Canadian GP pigs

Posted by | January 2, 2018 |

On November 23,2017,the 1,000 Canadian Grandparent pigs imported by Tie Qi Li Shi Group arrived at Changsha Huanghua International Airport In Hunan Province

This marks the third time the company(tieqilishi Animal Husbandry Science& Technology)is importing international breeds,After a 45 –day quarantine period,pigs would be transferred to Sichuan Province

According to Sichuan’s modern swine breeding programme,from 2017 to 2018,2,500 high quality breeding pigs would be imported from abroad.This task would be primarily undertaken by the four nucleus farms from the national – level breeding companies – Sichuan Taizow Breeding,Jiangyou New hope Hai Bo Er breeding company,Mianyang Ming Xing Agricultural company,and Tieqilishi itself.

Breeding pigs are required to be healthy and disease-free,with a paternal index of above 120,and a maternal index of above 105.

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Japfa to acquire remaining interest in dairy business for US$263.1 million

Posted by | January 2, 2018 |

Japfa Ltd.announced that it has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire the out standing shares in Austasia from Black River Funds which is managed by proterra Investment Partners LP

AustAsia consists of the company’s two principal subisdiaries – AustAsia Investment Holdings(AIH)pte.Ltd.and AIH2 Pte Ltd.These subsidiaries own the group’s dairy business comprsing dairy farms in China and Indonesia ,as well as its Greenfield milk downstream business

Japfa currently holds a 61.9% and 64.4% stake in AIH and AIH2 respectively,while Black River Funds owns the remaining interest.

Under the proposed transaction,the company will acquire Black River Funds’38.1% stake in AIH and 35.6% stake in AIH2 for an aggregate consideration of US$243.5 millon,which was arrived at,after arm’s length negotiations on “willing-buyer,willing-seller”basis taking into account AustAsia’s earnings and dairy industry earnings multiples

The acquisition wil bolster the japfa’s overall profile.Gaining full control over its dairy business,which has been a strong engine of growth,will enable the group to align AustAsia’s objectives with its long-term strategic goal of becoming a fully integrated milk and food player in emerging markets

In China,AustAisa commands leadership position in terms of raw milk yields,while in Indonesia,its enjoys strong brand equity with Greenfields as the top fresh milk brand.With its upstream milk business substantially in place,the group will now focus on strengthening its downstream capabilities

In addition,with AustAisa as a wholly- owned subsidiary,Japfa will enjoy full contribution from its dairy business which has recorded consistent profitability,despite the prevailing low raw milk price environment




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The US-China Economic Relationship

Posted by | December 26, 2017 |