World Food Opens the Door for Cash Investors in South America

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With the Global Economy in crisis, World Food has developed an Investment Strategy for Investors that wish to Invest Cash in the Commodities Business. The Company has worked with Banks in Africa, Turkey and Honk Kong to ensure Cash Investors are abe to enjoy financial growth in a safe environment.

Mr. Henry Oliver Ford says, “It is not uncommon for us to have private investors that have five to and ten million cash that they ship to us in exchange for Gold, Sugar, Soybean or whatever.

South American Investors invest in Commodities

World Food Association has begun to accept private Investors from South America. The Commodities Corporation with its private banking arm located in India has begun to accept Investors from Honduras, Columbia, Peru, Mexico and other parts of the Southern Hemisphere. The reason why World Food opened this opportunity is to accommodate private investors that have cash investments. Often the South American Investors do not have faith in the Government and the banking system so the choose to keep their cash in their own personal possession. Often the private individuals along with their families “stock pile” their money and seek to find sound investments.

World Food works with these individuals to help them realize the power of investing. Often these smaller groups contact World Food, not only to buy Commodities for consumption but to buy Gold. World Food Association Organization based in Brazil, not only buys food supplies to ship to all parts of the earth, but they own Gold mines from which they excavate gold and also have exclusive rights from several Government Bullion stock piles. Often, these Governments seek to trade the Gold for long term rights to the produce that the Commodities Company produces in various parts of the World.

Mr. Henry Ford says, “It is not uncommon for us to have private investors that have five to and ten million cash that they ship to us in exchange for Gold, Sugar, Soybean or whatever.” They are limited restrictions on handling cash investments in West Africa and the Middle East since most of the wealthier clients routinely keep significant amounts of their private wealth in the personal possession. “What we have done is opened the door for wealthy South Americans to participate in stimulating Global economy”, said Carlos Reyes; spokesperson for World Food Association Organization.

World Food works with the largest banks in Africa, China and Turkey. All investors have to adhere to the regulations of the respective banks.

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