Brazil proposes to strengthen Mercosur to become the “OPEC of food”

Vice President Hamilton Mourão reaffirmed Brazil's state policies, defining the agribusiness sector as the main driver of its development, with the challenge of promoting it and making it grow.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Vice-President of Brazil, Antonio Hamilton Mourão, proposed strengthening Mercosur to become the "OPEC of food", similar to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, which for several years was able to exert a decisive influence in the world based on this strategic fuel.

He did so in the initial part of a new edition of Mercosoja, an event promoted by Embrapa (Brazilian Agricultural . . .

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