AgriUpdate produces article on Brazilian agricultural markets and investment ahead of AgriYield Brazil

Top Quote Ahead of AgriYield Brazil (13-14 April in São Paulo) AgriUpdate and Pulsamérica are offering an exclusive look at the industry by distributing the first of three FREE fascinating and especially commissioned articles that give key insights into the issues affecting the Brazilian agricultural Industry. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 31, 2011 - The cutting edge event (AgriYield Brazil) taking place in São Paulo on the 13-14 April 2011, which over 150 decision-making Agricultural professionals are set to attend, in conjunction with the news portal Pulsamérica has announced these precedent-setting articles on Brazilian agriculture. It offers information on prospective policy decisions, financial markets and foreign investment regulation which will be invaluable to any Agribusiness professional or investor with an interest in Brazilian Agriculture.

    Download your free article by simply visiting the link below (the next two instalments will be sent to you when they are published):
    • The battle‐field rhetoric of 'currency war' has tarred the euphoria surrounding the BRIC markets, but agriculture holds its own for investors looking to engage with emerging markets.

    Here is a sneak preview:

    "…According to reports from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, Brazil's agricultural output is set to increase faster this decade than any other global competitor, boasting a growth rate of 19% by 2019.1

    Production has surged in key products since the 1970s, particularly in strategic crops such as soya and beef. In the last ten years alone, beef production in the country has quadrupled placing Brazil as the premier exporter in the world; the sights are now set to do the same for soya production.

    Much has been done under Lula de Silva's administration (2003‐2010) to align Brazilian agricultural policy…"

    There are a few more to come but this first one (written by Ben Darlington of Pulsamé exclusively for AgriUpdate) is a detailed examination of the investment flow into Brazilian Agriculture.

    The article covers:

    • Brazilian agricultural development
    • New legislation on foreign investment in Brazil
    • Market trends and the impact of Lula's economic changes
    • BRIC agricultural comparative performance
    • Yield improvements and opportunity

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    This fascinating article reflects some of the important issues that will be discussed at April's high-profile summit. With presentations from the likes of Monsanto, Cargill, Yara, El Tejar and Embrapa AgriYield Brazil: The Yield Optimisation Conference aims to give operators the tools to optimise their agricultural inputs to maximise yield, efficiency, sustainability and investment.

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