China farm and land grab is not the reality, says Minter Ellison’s Adam Handley
With food and nutrition key issues for growing markets such as China, investment in agribusiness is about supporting Asian partner objectives to grow ‘safe food’ and ‘harvest protein’, according to Adam Handley, president of the Australia China Business Council (WA) and a senior partner at Minter Ellison.
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