Investment


Iron ore

China, the world's biggest iron ore consumer, needs to invest more in overseas mining projects to improve its pricing power,

Breeding cattle as an investment

The Brazil meat industry exports approximate one million tons of beef products, which accounts for 32% of world beef exports cattle and poultry has resulted in a growing demand for Brazilian meat products

Definition of Investment Farm

An agricultural business operation that is purchased and operated with the intention of making a profit

or to create a tax deduction for the owner. Investment farms are owned by investors who typically do not live on

the farm or take part in any day-to-day operations. The investor generally hires farm hands and other employees to do the actual farming.

Aquaculture Investment

Aquaculture is a great way for qualified investors who are not risk averse to diversify part of their

portfolios away from traditional stocks. Aquaculture is considered a non-traditional investment with a low beta correlation to

publicly traded stocks and bonds. The potential for excellent rates of return on investment are present; internal rates of return of 20-30%

over a ten year timeframe are achievable in well-managed projects and companies.

Investment in Poultry Farming

All investors should know that Brazil is the largest exporter of coffee, soybeans, beef, sugar cane,

ethanol and frozen chickens in the world. This is why ASSUAN INVESTMENT mission is to assist institutional and private investors to access and profit in this market.

Chicken Slaughter House and Processing Plant

There is a reason why the conventional poultry industry in the U.S. has been fairly successful in recent

years at lowering detected levels of salmonella in chicken.

But it has nothing to do with factory birds being raised in cleaner and more humane living environments.

Cow Slaughter Houses and Processing Plant

The Brazil meat industry exports approximate one million tons of beef products, which accounts for 32%

of world beef exports cattle and poultry has resulted in a growing demand for Brazilian meat products,

There have been a lot of technological advances in slaughterhouses, and especially food safety technology improvements since the Jack in the Box outbreak,

these steam cabinets and various washes and interventions. But one of the problems is the high,

turnover rate among workers at these plants. The industry averages anywhere from 75 percent to 100 percent a year,

which means you have a constant flow of workers in and out of these jobs.

Brazil to spend $250 mn on building grain silos

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Monday that her administration plans to invest around $250

million in grain silos to address what has become a major problem for the country's vital agricultural sector.