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Chinese investors eye Australian farm property
By Juwai, 31 August 2012
A delegation of Chinese investors has inspected several farming properties in Western Australia’s Great Southern food bowl. Andrea Dixon reports for Property Observer. August 30, 2011 -- It included representatives of the Beidahuang BDH Group, a state-owned company that has 5 million hectares in China’s Heilongjiang province. The arrival of serious interest from Chinese in agricultural land has divided local farmers and the WA Farmers Federation. The delegation of about a dozen people, which included agronomists, farmers and government officials, toured grain farms at Lake King and Ongerup with a local agent.
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