Record Brazilian soybean supply set to pressure competition in 2022

Record acreage leads to unprecedented output Brazilian beans price competitive as real weakens Brazil to remain world’s top supplier on robust China demand B10 mandate unlikely to dampen crush momentum The Brazilian soybean sector is forecast to produce record-breaking volume in the crop year 2021-22 (September-August), likely pressuring major rivals the US and Argentina. The National Supply Company, or Conab, and the US Department of Agriculture expect Brazil’s soybean production at 142.8 million…

Investor Visa in Brazil: A Practical Guide

Investor Visa in Brazil: A Practical Guide The investor visa procedure in Brazil is governed by the National Immigration Council’s (CNIg)with a new Normative Resolution from 2015. This new resolution brings new rules pertaining to the investor visa procedure in Brazil, such as a new amount of foreign investment required and special rules for startup companies who work on the innovation and technological sector, for example. In the ever changing set of rules and Brazilian bureaucracy obstacles many foreign…

At last,​ the Brazilian economy rebounds spurred by construction and industrial production

Brazil’s economy rebounded strongly in the second quarter after having shrunk in the first, official figures showed on Thursday, indicating Latin America’s largest economy comfortably avoided falling back into recession. The 0.4% growth in the April-June period will be a relief to President Jair Bolsonaro’s government, which was in large part elected to revive an economy that was struggling to fully emerge from the devastating 2015-16 recession.  But economists were not convinced that the factors…

Positive signs Brazils economy is recovering with Auto production in Brazil up 14.2% in July from a month early

Automobile production in Brazil jumped 14.2% and sales grew 9.1% in July from June, the best performance for the month since 2014, the national automakers’ association Anfavea said on Tuesday. Brazil’s auto industry is recovering from a crushing depression that cost the country its place as one of the world’s five biggest auto markets, even as automakers are still struggling with low margins. Auto exports to depressed Argentina, Brazil’s largest foreign destination for its cars, are down 38.4% so far…

Brazil grows as an agricultural powerhouse

A good relationship by farmers with the new government of Jair Bolsonaro which focuses on business plus a strong commitment to the incorporation of technology to improve agricultural results should make for a happy relationship. These factors point to what is happening today in Brazilian agriculture and could be felt in all its influence during Agrishow, a sample of its agricultural machinery options are this last week in Ribeirao Preto, which is located just 300 kilometres from San Pablo. A distance where…

How to Incorporate a Company in Brazil?

Brazil has gone through a difficult economic period in the last few years and it’s slowly rebuilding its economy again. According to the OECD, inflation dropped in 2017, the GDP is growing again and special policies are being introduced by the Brazilian government to support the economic recovery of the country. The economic growth of Brazil makes the country attractive again for foreign investments which can also support further economic developments. In this article, we tell you everything that you need…

Brazil to allow foreign lenders to hold land

Foreign lenders and investors are eagerly awaiting a change of law in Brazil, after finance minister Henrique Meirelles suggested they would be allowed to use land as collateral in trade finance and other loans from March onwards.< In a televised interview with local news outlet Globo, Meirelles explained that the government was ready to re-establish the right to fiduciary lien – allowing the transfer of land ownership to lenders in case of default – for foreigners by March 15. The move involves changing…
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