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USDA positions Brazil as the great global winner in agriculture, leaving Argentina

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Published Mar 2, 2024

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The United States Department of Agriculture has acknowledged Brazil as a global leader in agriculture, with corn exports expected to hit 77.5 million tons and soybean exports at 133 million tons. Brazil's success in industrializing almost double its corn production compared to Argentina and its growth in soybean crushing has been recognized by the Rosario Stock Exchange. This achievement is credited to Brazil's consistent public policies, irrespective of political leadership, a consistency that Argentina lacks.
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The neighboring country has taken a lot of advantage over us so far this century. His merit and failure of the policies applied in Argentina, turning his back on agriculture. Now the United States Department of Agriculture positions Brazil as the great global winner in agriculture. It also explains that the Mercosur partner's corn exports will reach 77.5 million tons and soybean exports are projected at 133 million tons for the period analyzed, neutralizing its competitors. The Rosario Stock Exchange has recently recognized that the Mercosur partner industrializes almost double its corn production compared to processing in ...
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