Can big brands like Nestlé really play a role in halting land disputes?

Businesses need to start seeing communities as legitimate counterparts if we are to stand a chance of slowing down conflicts over land

August 12, 2015
Christopher Barlow

Another company active in trying to fill the data gap around land registration is Thomson Reuters. The UK-based business information provider markets a software solution that enhances land registration processes. To date the Aumentum service, which is primarily geared to help governments increase property tax receipts, has resulted in the registration of 65m parcels of land in around 20 countries. Read more in the Guardian.


Christopher Barlow
Director, Strategic Relations & Communications

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