Brazil: Brazil at 2040: Customer and Competitor

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Researchers at Texas A&M University, along with USDA Economic Research Service agricultural economist Constanza Valdes, recently published a study on Brazil’s potential as a customer and competitor for U.S. agricultural products through the year 2040. This study, entitled Brazil at 2040: Customer and Competitor, was completed with the financial support of the USDA’s Emerging Markets Program (Agreement Number 2016-14), administered by the Foreign Agricultural Service. What follows are the Executive Summary and Introduction of the report.

Brazil: Brazil at 2040: Customer and Competitor

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