Two Chinese investment firms have established a $3 billion fund to invest in Australian agriculture.
"Beijing Agricultural Investment Fund" and Yuhu Group, a Shenzen-based investment firm, have established the $3 billion fund called "Beijing Australia Agricultural Resource Cooperative Development Fund". Several Chinese investors attended a Australian Dairy Farm Investment Forum in Melbourne checking the $12 billion Australian dairy industry.
To see a list of investors from China, check the recently updated 2014 edition of Chinese Investors Directory
More details follows from ABC Australia
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