SAO PAULO, May 21 Brazil will no longer seek a
panel at the World Trade Organization (WTO) to investigate
China's sugar trade policies, the Brazilian government said on
Tuesday, smoothing commercial relations with its top trade
SAO PAULO Brazil's lack of reliable internet accessibility in rural areas is an increasingly critical problem for its farmers, as more agricultural equipment arriving on the market is built to be updated online to work at full capacity.
SAO PAULO, May 20 The news back in 2014 of a
group of investors launching a project to build Brazil's first
ethanol plant based 100% on corn raised eyebrows in a country
that had invented a national ethanol program entirely based on
SAO PAULO, May 8 Brazilian cane mills appear to
have scrapped plans to boost sugar production this year,
reverting to a heavy focus on ethanol in a shift from the start
of the year, according to millers and analysts.
JABOTICABAL/GUARIBA, Brazil, May 7 Brazil's new
sugar and ethanol season has gained speed after a slow start to
cane crushing, and initial production data from the fields
indicate that volumes could be in the higher end of analysts'
RIBEIRAO PRETO, Brazil, May 3 It is only May,
but if a Brazilian cotton grower orders a new harvester now to
cope with an expected larger crop this year, he will not get it
in 2019. The industry has run out of them.
SAO PAULO/RIBEIRAO PRETO, Brazil, May 2 Brazil
will reassess the methodology used to set the government's
minimum guarantee prices for coffee, the Agriculture Ministry
said on Thursday.
RIBEIRÃO PRETO, Brazil Dozens of technology startups have flocked this week to Agrishow, Latin America's largest farm show, offering services and equipment to help farmers improve productivity as the sector further embraces high tech.
RIBEIRAO PRETO, Brazil, May 2 Uncertainty
surrounding Brazil's new farm credit package is worrying
executives from the world's largest agricultural machine makers
since a delay on the definition of the program could hurt their
SAO PAULO Brazil's state-controlled oil company Petrobras on Friday for the first time detailed long-awaited plans to sell a series of refineries and other assets as the company focuses on its core oil and gas exploration business.