3 edition of Foreign ownership of the U.S. agricultural land, February 1, 1979, through December 31, 1980 found in the catalog.
Foreign ownership of the U.S. agricultural land, February 1, 1979, through December 31, 1980
J. Peter DeBraal
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||J. Peter DeBraal, T. Alexander Majchrowicz.|
|Series||Agriculture information bulletin ;, no. 448|
|Contributions||Majchrowicz, T. Alexander., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics and Statistics Service.|
|LC Classifications||S21 .A74 no. 448, HD256 .A74 no. 448|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||81602742|
Foreign ownership of Australian agricultural land remains steady at per cent, compared to per cent last year. This is based on a comparison of data held on the Agricultural Land Register and the Australian Bureau of Statistic’s annual assessment of total Australian agricultural land. The overwhelming majority, 80 per cent, of. The ownership of agricultural land is a perennial topic of interest to all concerned with the farm sector. Issues surrounding production practices and conservation, farm credit, land values, farm succession, land-use programs, and farm structure, to name a few, all require an understanding of land ownership and tenure.
Foreign investment in agricultural land has been an area of concern for the past few years. In , Chinese firm Shuanghui purchased U.S. pork producer Smithfield Foods for a record $ billion. Foreign investors acquired at least million acres of U.S. agricultural land in , the largest increase in more than a decade by the latest available federal data. The data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show that foreign investors control â€“ either through direct ownership or long-term leases â€“ at least million Author: Johnathan Hettinger.
Foreign investors acquired at least million acres of U.S. agricultural land in , the largest increase in more than a decade, according to a review by the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting of the latest available federal data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show that foreign investors control — either through direct ownership or long-term leases — at least. foreign ownership of U.S. agricultural land. The United States requires the filing of detailed periodic and transactional reports as to acquisitions or establishments of inward foreign direct investment interests, in part, to compute and analyze the taxation of U.S. entities in which a foreign direct investment position is held
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Get this from a library. Foreign ownership February 1 U.S. agricultural land, February 1,through Decem [J Peter DeBraal; T Alexander Majchrowicz; United States.
Department of Agriculture. Economics and Statistics Service.]. Foreign Ownership of U.S. Agricultural Land, February 1, Through Decem INTRODUCTION Summary of the Act Foreign entities and individuals reported owning million acres of U.S.
agricultural land as of Deceman amount that represents percent of all privately owned U.S. agricultural land. Foreign ownership of U.S. agricultural land through Decem County level data (Statistical bulletin) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Gertrude S Butler (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, Author: Gertrude S Butler. acres of U.S. agricultural land, as of Octoless than percent of U.S. agricultural land. The foreign-held acreage was summarized from the 6, correctly completed forms filed with the U.S.
Department of Agriculture between February and October of Foreign investors acquired at least million acres of U.S. agricultural land inthe largest increase in more than a decade, according to the Midwest Center.
The Disclosure Act requires that foreign owners who acquire, sell or gain interest in U.S. agricultural land must file disclosure paperwork, known as the FSA form, with the U.S.
concerning U.S. agricultural land held on February 1, were required to have been filed on or before August 1, ," the focus of attention will be acquisitions or transfers of agricultural land subsequent to the first day of February.
Nevertheless, the analysis of these acquisitions or transfers is. 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). Foreign Holdings of U.S. Agricultural Land through Decemby the Farm Service Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Abstract Foreign persons held an interest in million acres of U.S.
agricultural land as of Decem This is percent of all privately held agricultural land and 1 percent of all land in the United.
Get this from a library. Foreign ownership of U.S. agricultural land, February 1,through February 1, [J Peter DeBraal; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economics and Statistics Service.] -- Pp. iii. Foreign Investment in U.S. Agricultural Land: An Overview of the National Issue investigation seeks to describe the nature of the foreign land ownership picture Concentration of Foreign Ownership of Agricultural Land by State, February 1, ' 3 10 rem * 9.
The Danger From Foreign Ownership of U.S. Farmland CLIFTON B. LUTTRELLonly about million acres of land in the U.S. were owned by groups in which the foreign-owned Irselud I hold tea a of Decem in v Web 0, esgn.
Foreign Ownership Of U.S. Farmland-Much Concern, Little Data This report is in response to a request from the Sen-ate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forest-ry for information on (1) State laws on foreign invest-ment in U.S.
farmland, (2) availability of data on this subject at State and county levels, and (3) alternatives. Land Ownership and Foreigners – A Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Approaches Page 1 FAO Legal Papers Online December 1. INTRODUCTION Land is a fundamental resource of the nation state.
Without land, without territory, there can be no nation state.5 Housing, agriculture, natural resource use, and national security concerns are. about foreign ownership of U.S. farmland. The AFIDA required all foreigners holding agricultural land (see Glossary), including forestlands, to report their holdings to the Secretary of Agriculture by August 1, All foreign persons purchasing or selling agricultural land thereafter were required to report these transactions to the.
Most of today’s foreign investment in agricultural land began to increase inaccording to the Midwest Center’s analysis. Of the top foreign investors who own agricultural land, nine bought most of their land between andabout $ Author: Midwest Center For Investigative Reporting.
Agricultural land values dropped 37 percent over a period of 3 years and remained between $30 and $33 per acre throughout the 's. Following the Great Depression, land values were revitalized and began a climb that continued until the early 's.
The 's showed the largest percentage increase in agricultural land values. Categories: Alien Land Ownership (Foreign Ownership of Agricultural Land), Bibliography Hendrickson, Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of Don't Panic!, 13 INT.
LAW. (June 4, ). Foreign Ownership of U. Farmland. Foreign ownership of U.S. agricultural land. () (AER) Foreign ownership of U.
agricultural land remained relatively steady from through -- slightly above or below 1 percent of the privately owned agricultural land in the United States. Foreign investment in agricultural land is not a new phenomenon. Large foreign-owned plantations have long existed in parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America, in many cases remnants of the colonial era, and are used to produce bananas, sugar, tea, cocoa and other export crops.
Since the s however, foreign ownership of land for agriculture sig. 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 .Maine has the largest amount of foreign held U.S.
agricultural land at million acres, or percent of the privately held agricultural land in the state. In Hawaii, percent of private.According to the report, foreign holdings of U.S.
agricultural land were "relatively steady" from throughbefore seeing a significant million acre increase between and