Argentina and Brazil are working on a joint agenda to position their agro-bio industry in an increasingly hungry world

The two countries form a food powerhouse that can easily compete with and arguably export more than the two largest agricultural powers, the United States and China.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Socialist-ruled Argentina and Brazil, with its patriotic Bolsonaro government, are definitely getting down to business. The two neighbors are both food and energy giants that could be at the center of world attention in the coming hunger crises.

The U.S.-led Anglo-Saxons and their European junior partners, with their unprecedented Russia 'canceling', have ensured that international supply chains, already permanently damaged by covid lockdowns, will soon cease to function. There will soon be shortages of all sorts.

Already now, the prices of food and fuel are rising to astronomical heights, but this could . . .

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