So, let's look at this as one of the myriad of reasons for that overthrow.
I have mentioned some of the other reasons in previous posts-
Nuclear industry. Banks. EU. NATO.
* Ukraine and the West's monopolization of the nuclear industry
*Ukraine Eurevolution? Who benefits? The EU and NATO
Control the people by controlling the food......................
Cargill, the US-based agriculture trading group, has doled out $200 million for a stake in UkrLandFarming, Ukraine’s largest agribusiness holding, in a potentially far-reaching deal that sources said would see both groups partner up in future grain exports to China and other growing markets.
"The acquisition of 5% of Ukrlandfarming intensifies Cargill's presence on the agricultural market, one of the most promising in the world," reads the report.
The transaction puts a value of $4 billion on UkrLandFarming, the world’s eighth-largest land cultivator and second biggest egg producer through its 77 percent ownership in London-listed Avangardco.
The conglomerate was founded and built up in recent years through acquisitions by Oleg Bakhmatyuk, a Ukrainian billionaire.( Billionaire or Oligarch)
“The transaction will help Cargill secure long-term supplies from one of Ukraine’s largest farmers, and gives UkrLandFarming a very strong strategic partner that will help them achieve their goals of broadening exports, especially in Asia”Especially into Asia?
According to the publication, it is expected that the deal will allow Ukrlandfarming to expand grain exports, in particular, to Asia. In the 2013/2014 marketing year (MY, July - June) the agroholding plans to export up to 700 million tonnes of corn to China. Within five years, according to holding owner Oleh Bakhmatiuk, the total export figure should reach 6 million tonnes per MY, one-third of which will account for the Asian market.
The edition noted that China more often refuses imports of GM maize from the United States in favor of organic products from Ukraine.
China refuses imports of Genetically Modified Monstrosities from the US, therefore, Cargill.
And Cargill buys a 5 percent holding in a company that ships non-gmo to China?
First deliveries of corn from Ukraine to China were made late last year under the loan agreement of $3 billion.BTW: this deal was completed in 2013