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Brazil is the world’s 4th largest grain producer and 2nd largest grain exporter – EMBRAPA

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is the world's 4th largest grain producer (rice, barley, soy, corn and wheat), behind China, the United States and India, and accounts for 7.8% of global production. In 2020, it produced 239 million and exported 123 million tons of grain.

This is shown in a study released on Tuesday, June 1, by the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA), linked to the Ministry of Agriculture. The study's authors are physicist and data science analyst Adalberto Aragão and researcher Elísio Contini.

The country accounts for 50% of the soy market and in . . .

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