Study highlights greater participation of Brazilian agriculture in the world scenario for the next ten years

Gaining prominence in the domestic economy in recent years, Brazilian agribusiness should follow this trend of growth and increase its share in international trade for the next ten years, especially with sales of its main items such as soy, corn, sugar and meats. The conclusion is from the study “Outlook Fiesp 2028 – Projections for Brazilian Agribusiness”, prepared by the Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (Fiesp).

According to the document, which was released by the entity today (07), considering a scenario of fiscal balance and the implementation of economic reforms, the Brazilian agricultural policy could be improved, for example, from the effective prioritization of rural insurance as a guarantee policy of income to the producer. This scenario would also greatly benefit the segments of animal proteins and more elaborate products from the expected income growth.




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