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Brazil’s July agribusiness posted US$10.1 billion revenue increase over last year – IPEA

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Compared to July 2020, there was an increase of 38.6% in the average prices of exports, and 20.8% in the year-to-date. According to IPEA's Situation Group, the average price of products shipped from Brazil remains on an upward trend.

Last month, despite the slowdown in exports, some Brazilian agribusiness products reached record export volumes for the first half of 2021: coffee, sugar, cotton and pork.

In the year-to-date, from January through July 2021, the products with the highest positive variation in average prices were soy (28.6%), beef (12 . . .

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