MECAS(12)17 – FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) in the World Sugar Industry - English
Publisher: International Sugar Organisation
Format: digital download (PDF), 11.7” × 16.5”
Publication date: 2012
This paper provides a comprehensive stocktaking of the major mergers and acquisitions and foreign direct investment flows in the world sugar industry. Companies like Raizen, Tereos and Biosev have rapidly increased their interests in Brazil; AB Sugar has become dominant in Sub-Saharan Africa while Mitr Phol and Wilmar International have enlarged their dominance in key producing regions in Asia.
One of the drivers of the continuous flow of cross-border investments into key players in the world sugar industry has been the search for increased efficiency through economies of scale and lower production costs. Moreover, fierce competition for new markets have seen an aggressive move by many of the world’s top ten companies, of which 7 have significant European capital, to expand into new sugar production areas – especially in Brazil and LDC Africa.
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Table of Contents
Part 1: The World’s Largest Sugar Producing Groups and their Geographical Presence
Part 2: Current Trends of Cross-Border Investments in the Global Sugar Industry by Region
- The New Entrants in Brazil’s Sugar Industry
- Equatorial and Southern Africa
- Other Sub-Saharan Africa
- Other Latin America
- Middle East and North Africa
- Indian Subcontinent
- Other Far East and Oceania
- European Union
Part 3: Financial Foreign Portfolio Investments
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