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Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland

Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland

much concern, little data : report

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Published by General Accounting Office in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Farm ownership -- United States.,
  • Investments, Foreign -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13, 65 leaves ;
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17069594M

    For example, when the Chinese purchased Smithfield Foods in they instantly gained control over , acres of prime farmland. The following comes from Wikipedia Smithfield Foods, Inc., is a meat-processing company based in Smithfield, Virginia, in the United States, and a wholly owned subsidiary of WH Group of China. Founded in as the Smithfield Packing .   The number of acres of U.S. farmland held by foreign-owned investors has doubled in the past two decades, raising alarm bells in farming communities.

    BOOK REVIEW FINANCIAL INVASION OF THE U.S.A. By Earl H. Fry. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Pp. vi, , Price and farmland are several, ranging from the drastic decline Nearly all of the analyses of foreign ownership cited are based on voluntary responses to questionnaires.' Because many foreign in-. To be fair, U.S. farmers and corporations also invest in overseas agriculture, owning billions of dollars of farmland from Australia to Brazil, but the Smithfield Food buyout has really raised concerns with American farmers. As part of that sale, a Chinese company now owns , acres of prime U.S. farmland. "This is going on across America".

      prise here! The Chinese bought and own so many companies now it’s sickening form,GE to Smithfield Foods (Pork!) America needs to put a stop to foreign ownership of land and property in America before we are swallowed up by all of our enemies. I won’t buy buy a GE light bulb now nor anything produced by Smithfield Foods. foreign investment in agricultural land and water, May , International Institute for Sustainable Development Cotula L., Vermeulen S., Leonard R., and Keeley J., Land Grab orFile Size: KB.


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Foreign Ownership of U.S. Farmland: Much Concern, Little Data CED Published: Publicly Released:   The deal made Shuanghui, now the WH Group Limited, into one of the biggest foreign owners of U.S. agricultural land, according to an analysis of that same data.

That purchase was just a part of a continuing surge in foreign investment in American farmland and food that has raised concerns in Congress and among rural advocacy : Midwest Center For Investigative Reporting. Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland. Link/Page Citation Foreign ownership of U.S.

farmland book to popular perceptions, foreigners are not buying up all of America's farmland, according to attorney Peter DeBraal of USDA's Economic Research Service. The amount of cropland, pasture, and rangeland owned exclusively by foreigners is about 3 to 4 million acres.

Get this from a library. Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland -- much concern, little data: report [to the Congress].

[United States. General Accounting Office.]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laband, David N.

Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, © (OCoLC)   InUSDA's Economic Research Service published a comprehensive study of farmland ownership, tenure, and transfer in U.S.

agriculture. The study provides both a descriptive baseline analysis of land ownership and a more detailed look at several aspects of land tenure, including non-operator landlords, rental agreements, the acquisition and transfer. of U.S.

affiliates of foreign companies, defined as companies having 10 percent or more foreign ownership. For the commercial real estate sec- tor, there were 4, U.S. affiliates of foreign companies, with total assets of $ billion and ownership of million acres at the end of. Foreign ownership or control of a business or natural resource in a country by individuals who are not citizens of that country or by companies whose headquarters outside that country.

In general, foreign ownership occurs when multinational corporations, which do business in more than one country, inject long-term investments in a foreign country, usually in the form of foreign direct.

Foreign acquisition of U.S. farmland has long been a public policy concern in this country, and eight states (mainly in the Midwest and Great Plains) still have laws which prohibit or limit such.

The book analyzes foreign participation in the market for US farmland. Chapters 1 and 2 highlight the history of land ownership in the USA, the history of regulation against foreigners, motives for foreign investment in US land, and recent trends in land ownership.

The conventional economic implications of foreign investment for members of the farming community are examined in Author: David N. Laband. Missouri is one of several Midwest states with little-known laws passed in the s amid concerns over Japanese investment that prohibit or.

The Danger From Foreign Ownership of U.S. Farmland CLIFTON B. LUTTRELL IHERE has been renewed concern in recent months about purchases by foreign citizens of farmland in the United States.

In addition to numerous newspaper and magazine articles on such purchases, the U.S. Congress and a number of state legislatures have be -File Size: KB. The value of foreign direct investments in the U.S. ranked as follows There are essentially two types of investment in all market countries Passive or.

Foreign investors currently control million acres of farmland in the United States. They are required by law to fill out an FSA form with the USDA, but the Midwest Center for. m for the collection of information pertaining to foreign ownership in U.S.

agricultural land. The regulations require foreign investors who acquire, transfer or hold an interest in U.S. agricultural land to report such holdings and transactions to the Secretary of Agriculture on an AFIDA Report Form FSA Foreign individuals and entities reported holding an interest in million acres of U.S.

agricultural land as of Decem This is percent of all privately held U.S. agricultural land and approximately 1 percent of all land in the United States (see fig. 1 for State-level detail). The value of the foreign-owned U.S. farmland soared from $ billionto $ billion, according to U.S.

Department of Agriculture data. Most of today’s foreign investment in agricultural land began to increase in Foreign Ownership of American Agricultural Land The so-called problem of foreign ownership of U.S. farmland has stirred controversy among Americans, particular those employed in agriculture.

This perceived problem has stimulated public alarm and prompted proposed congressional and state legislation aimed at restricting or even prohibiting such. Foreign Investment in the United States: Major Federal Statutory Restrictions Congressional Research Service 2 Hamilton’s ideas prevailed.

During the 18 th and 19 centuries, foreign capital contributed enormously to the nation’s development. As the nation grew, its roads, bridges, canals, banks, and finally railroads were largely. Several states—nine at last check—simply don't permit or severely restrict corporate ownership of U.S.

farms and farmland. (These laws are invariably referred to as "corporate farming" or. finds that only % of U.S. farmland is in foreign ownership, and much of that is Canadian ownership of forestland Nonetheless, in the opinion of NFFC, “Without intervention, the coming years could mark the beginning of the great American land grab.”11 Thirty percent of U.S.

farmers are age 65 or older, and anFile Size: KB.Report Documents Foreign Ownership of U.S. Farm Lands Octo Foreign ownership of privately-held US agricultural lands is on the rise for the second year in a row, after holding fairly steady from Foreign Ownership of U.S. Agricultural Land^ INTRODUCTION The Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act (AFIDA) was signed by the President on Octo ,i./ and the regulations thereunder became effective February 2, ' Briefly, the law, as implemented by the regulations, requires all foreign.