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    The world food price crisis of 2007–08 generated investments in this area, but positive effects are overshadowed by the negative consequences that have some form of investment, especially large-scale investments for land acquisition. As it was already proved in literature(Zaman, 2012;
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    Karlsson, 2014), the benefi ts of investment in agriculture are multiple for local communities and for the rural economy in general, as: – employment creation, – higher productivity, – improvement of food availability and food security, – poverty reduction, – technology transfer, access to new farming technology and practices, – access to f

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Liu P. Impacts of foreign agricultural investment on developing countries: evidence from case studies // FAO Commodity and Trade Policy Research Working Paper. 2014. No 47 [Digital resource]. URL: http://www.fao.org/3/ a-i3900e.pdf (download time: 21.02.2015).
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    The world food price crisis of 2007–08 generated investments in this area, but positive effects are overshadowed by the negative consequences that have some form of investment, especially large-scale investments for land acquisition. As it was already proved in literature(Zaman, 2012;
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    Karlsson, 2014), the benefi ts of investment in agriculture are multiple for local communities and for the rural economy in general, as: – employment creation, – higher productivity, – improvement of food availability and food security, – poverty reduction, – technology transfer, access to new farming technology and practices, – access to f

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    Conclusions The agricultural investments are one of the tools that can be used in order to achieve at least one of the sustainable development goals – «end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture». The agricultural investments must be re-designed taking in account the following considerations (FAO, 2013;
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Committee On World Food Security, 2014. Principles for responsible investment in agriculture and food systems,retreive from:http:// www.fao.org/3/a-ml291e.pdf (download time: 21.02.2015).
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    taking in account the stakeholders implicated in regulation, fi nancing, conduct and operation of a business in agriculture fi eld: small scale food producers, transnational corporations, investment funds, international organizations. In order to improve the agriculture productivity and incomes of agricultural producers, some measures must be considered (FAO, 2013;
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    World Bank, 2014): – improve the market information regarding aspects like food reserves in order to ensure proper functioning of food commodity markets and to limit the distortions form derivatives markets; in this way, food price volatility could be controlled; – implement resilient agricultural practices; – increase investment in related fi elds like rural infrastructure, a