Inside a gated compound patrolled by armed guards, hulking towers and concrete buildings loom over fields where Silva Muthemba once grew maize and fattened his cattle. The granaries and surveillance cameras in this corner of southern Mozambique were part of a wave of Chinese investment in overseas farms and agriculture companies a decade ago that sparked accusations of a land-grab as the Asian country tried to secure enough food for its future.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Here's How Missouri Feeds China
Just a neat find on how a rising super power is finding it's food from "Mozambique To Missouri" . . . Read up on your new boss: