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Brazilian Agriculture on the Road to Grow 17% and Bring US$ 75 Billion PDF Print E-mail
2008 - October 2008
Written by Newsroom   
Sunday, 12 October 2008 14:39

Soy plantation in Mato Grosso state, Brazil Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply made an upward revision of its estimate for the Brazilian agricultural income this year. According to figures disclosed last Friday, October 10, by the Strategic Management Advisory at the ministry, income should total 164 billion reais (US$ 75.1 billion), growth of 17% over the total in 2007.

The figure concerns the gross production value of 20 crops and is calculated by multiplying the production volume by the price received by farmers.

According to the Ministry, bean, onion, wheat, peanut, soy, maize and coffee continue to drive up income in 2008, contributing with 59% of gross production value. According to the strategic planning coordinator at the ministry, José Garcia Gasques, eventual effects of the international financial crisis were not taken into account in the survey, as it considers prices practiced in July, exception made for coffee, for which the pricing in September is considered.

Other items for which income also rose, although at lower rates, were rice (17.6%), banana (4.7%), potato (9,9%), cocoa (12.7%), tobacco (2.1%), orange (6.5%), cassava (2.9%) and tomato (16.5%).

On the other hand, income saw a reduction for some products, such as cotton, sugarcane and grape. Gasques underscored that there was a reduction in income from cane despite a record-high production.

In terms of regions, the one that presents the highest income growth estimate is the Midwest, which includes the states of Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul and Goiás. The forecast is for growth of 50%. In the remaining regions of Brazil, a more modest expansion is expected, and there should be a reduction in the Northeast.

Anba

Comments (1)Add Comment
Net income has nothing to do with PROFITS OR LOSSES !!!!!
written by ch.c., October 13, 2008
It happens that your Mato Grosso Soyabeans Farmers are actually losing around US$ 100.- per hectare. !!!!!
Even at the top of the soyabeans prices, your Mato Grosso farmers had only a small profit, not a large one, due to input costs !!!!

Where was the simple trick used by your filthy Government stats ?
When the US$ declined you measured everything in US$...to "show" a erroneous high growth.

Very shortly, you are going to go back to what you should have done years earlier : SHOW YOUR AGRICULTURAL GROWTH RATE IN LOCAL CURRENCY...NOT IN US$ !
So that growth rate will remain intact... but when measured in Brl...no longer in US$ !!!!!

Same as for your GDP !
Had you used the same tricks in your GDP growth rate as for your exports growth rate, your "erroneous" GDP growth rate would have been ....25 % or more !!!!!! But glad...you could not do that ! Even idiots would have noticed the tricks.

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