Brazil seeks a better insertion into the world with a gradual opening of its trade

Updated Oct 2, 2023
Brazil is “seeking a better insertion into the world, which means a gradual opening of its trade,” according to the country's ambassador to Spain, Orlando Leite Ribeiro, for whom this is the path to “Brazilian food security” and everything. the planet. In an interview with Efeagro, the Brazilian ambassador in Spain analyzes the situation of the agri-food trade balance between both countries, the impact of the war in Ukraine or the signing of the Mercosur agreement, all in the context of the Fruit Attraction fair that It begins tomorrow, Tuesday, in Madrid, and in which, together with the United States and Canada, they are leading importing countries. “Brazil's presence at Fruit Attraction greatly demonstrates the importance of the fruit and vegetable trade for my country. We have logistical issues to overcome, but we are two complementary markets, with Spain's production in the northern hemisphere and Brazil's in the southern hemisphere in different months," he details. Organized ...
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