Brazilian farmers paid more for a smaller volume of imported fertilizers last year.
The country exceeded by more than US$9 billion in the then record of 2021 when values were around US$15 billion.
The information is from the Canal Rural website, published this Wednesday, the 25th.
Despite the increase in values, from one year to another, the volume of imported inputs fell. In 2021, purchases totaled just over 41 million tonnes. Last year, the total was 38 million tonnes of fertilizers.
In five years, the disbursement of producers with imports jumped almost 200%.
The expenditure went from US . . .
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