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Deforestation could ‘quickly’ become credit risk for Brazil’s agribusiness – Moody’s

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Deforestation and the risks related to climate emergency may cease to be only reputational risks and "quickly" become material risks for the credit quality of agribusiness companies operating in Brazil.

The alert is from Moody's risk rating agency, which released an extensive report on the subject.

The document was prepared by five analysts: Barbara Mattos, Ana Rayes, Erick Rodrigues, Marcos Schmidt, and Marianna Waltz. On a scale from "low risk" to "very high risk", Moody's considered the Brazilian livestock and agriculture sector to have "moderate" risk associated with climate, applied to both environmental and . . .

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