11 JUN

An inside look at Brazilian agriculture

Over the past 20 years, Brazil emerged as U.S. farmers’ main rival in the global export markets, with significant trade in corn, soybeans, cotton, coffee, sugar, beef, and several other commodities. With a seemingly ideal climate, large landmass, and inexpensive labor, farms and agribusiness entities in the country continue to exploit their competitive advantages on the global stage. Read more

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