Is Brazilian Infrastructure Limiting Growth in the Agricultural Sector?

By Alfred Gilbert

Mon, 15 May 2017

Brazil is in a period of instability. The nation’s economy has seen repeating years of recession, in part driven by, and in part driving, further political and social issues throughout the country. However, the agricultural sector throughout this period has actually remained relatively stable in comparison to other markets. This ‘stability’ within agriculture can be understood as both a positive and concerning sign for a number of commentators related to the sector. And the issue with this lies in the countries limited agricultural infrastructure.


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Alfred Gilbert

agilbert@challenge.org

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