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Positive outlook for Brazil’s agribusiness in 2022; yet climate and costs are threats

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Agribusiness currently accounts for about half of Brazil's exports. The sector is expanding, with production and revenue generation records in recent years. However, 2021 was below expectations, mainly due to climate issues, and these should continue to have an impact next year.

The sector should also face high production costs, with more expensive inputs, which limits producers' profit margins. In this case, this increase is linked to external political issues, but also to the devaluation of the Brazilian real.

Nevertheless, experts expect a positive year, underpinned by the forecast of a record harvest in 2022 . . .

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