Agricultural Superpower

With an ever-growing global population and food shortages and food security increasingly on the international agenda, Brazil is in a prime position to benefit from these trends; this will only further enhance exports and economic prosperity. All of these factors will have a spill over effect on the demand for property.

The agricultural sector is booming; around 20% of the Brazilian workforce is engaged in agriculture, and more than a quarter of the country’s export earnings come from agricultural exports.  Brazil is the world's leading producer of sugarcane, pineapples, cashews, coffee, sisal and oranges, and a major producer of other commodities like papayas, tobacco, beef, soybeans, corn, chicken and palm. In terms of exports, Brazil is the world's largest exporter of sugar. Brazil produces about 20% of the world's annual supply and 50% more than India. 

Agricultural Superpower Continued...

Brazil is also the world's leading exporter of chicken and coffee, and the second-largest exporter of soybeans behind the United States.

In dollar terms, sugar/sugarcane contributes more than 6% to Brazil's export totals, with soybeans contributing 5%, and poultry and coffee contributing almost 3% each
Source commodityhq.com
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