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BrasilAgro’s string of new farmland acquisitions signals ongoing confidence in Brazilian farming

BrasilAgro, a publicly-traded farmland investor, has expanded its farmland holdings by 33,500 hectares (ha) in recent months. Native vegetation covers 11,915 ha of this area, and it may be at imminent risk of being cleared if BrasilAgro moves ahead with its development plans. Its two recent purchases indicate that BrasilAgro continues to aggressively implement its business model that focuses on the acquisition and transformation of Cerrado savanna into farmland.  Merger with Agrifirma Brasil in 1Q20 In 1Q20,…

Brazil makes it easier for foreigners to buy farmland again

The chairmanship of the Agriculture Caucus in Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies  aims to turn back the clock on the rules concerning foreign ownership of his country’s farmland. Five years ago, Brazil’s Attorney General Office issued a new interpretation of an old, business-friendly rule that made it harder for foreign companies to buy the country’s farmland. They did it in reaction to growing concerns that foreigners were slowly taking over that vital national resource. Frustrated and well-meaning…
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