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Posted in News on August 10th, 2016

Meanwhile in Brazil, the Government has developed an agricultural package that will be announced in July, which grants subsidies to their producers to increase food supply by 5%, the that would give a production of 148 million tons. A way to avoid not only the inflationary pressure in the country, but also of favouring a sector key in this new era that we are now passing: the agricultural sector. Brazilian Agriculture Minister Reinhold Stephanes, the Folha de Sao Paulo: I think that he is trying to walk on two lines. One, with long-term vision, which is sustainable agriculture. Trying to fortify the small producer. The second intention is the increasing food. The Argentine Government repeated us that the increase in retentions is for food prices to not be fired.

Soared, equal. Private economists measure 40% inflation, compared with 9% of official measurement. He made the calculation of the difference? Because to my me is depressing. TODO: lying, high inflation, the punishment of the agricultural sector. It is not too late to enter reason and take advantage of this magnificent was approaching it would favor to a few countries in the world, among them the Argentina. *** Natural disasters are pushing prices for commodities like corn and soybeans to record levels: the best harvests in the us are suffering from the worst floods in 15 years, reported U.S. officials.Many cultivated with corn and soybean fields have been flooded in the State of Iowa, State of increased production of corn in the United States.This gives a very special moment, when there have been international revolts by the high food prices that in certain countries the inhabitants do not reach with their incomes to pay, and when the price of corn has touched the record per bushel US $8 and almost US $16 of soybeans on the CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade).According to Tom Jennings, of the Illinois Department of agriculture, from the State to the East of Iowa: corn and soybean prices can go higher.

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