Some US lawmakers are urging legislation to curb sales of US agricultural land to foreign entities, specifically China. Of more than 100 countries with US land investments, China ranks 18th in holdings. As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, while concerns about China gobbling up US farmland resound in Congress, experts say it’s more a political issue than a practical one.
Telecoms company appoints new CEO-designate
Mauritius-based telecommunications company, inq. Group has announced the appointment of Glad Dibetso as the successor to Nick Reed. Starting July...Read more