Fertilizers: strong disadvantage of Argentina versus Brazil and Uruguay

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid the difficulties of importing due to the scarcity of dollars, and higher prices in the international context, in the new agricultural campaign 2022/2023, almost US$1.6 billion extra will be needed versus 2021 to bring from abroad these basic inputs for the sector.

The data is based on a survey conducted by Grupo Lonja, which comprises various producers in the country. It considers this scenario if last year's imports are the same as last year and prices are sustained.

In this context, the work analyzes the greater amount of grain producers must . . .

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