31 May 2020
Agricultural exports have risen in the last two decades to become half of Brazil's total exports to China, but there is still much room for growth and also for cooperation between the two countries, according to a new study by specialists from both countries.
19 March 2019
Angola’s President João Lourenço has put reinvigorating the agriculture sector at the heart of his economic strategy. Greater production of a wider range of crops would both reduce the US$3 billion a year that the country spends on food imports and also improve living standards in the rural areas that have missed out on more rapid economic development at the coast.
16 July 2018
93% of all of the timber taken in 2013 was illegally felled. Estimates vary, but it is clear that about half of the illicit timber ends up in China, with most of the rest shipped to Southeast Asia. China also accounted for 90% of Mozambique’s licit timber exports last year.