100,000 hectares of land in
In an interview with the BBC, Lee Ki-Churl, of the state-run Korea Rural Community Corp. said the move will see Tanzanian farmers benefit from an education centre as well as from South Korean expertise on the ground.
Current plans would see half the land given over to local farmers with the rest being used to set up a food processing complex for export to
The deal represents another step in a continuing drive to find fresh arable land for
The initiative is partly the product of Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda’s visit to
Cheong Wa Dae, the office of the president, reported that
The deal signals an ongoing growth of interest in economic investment in