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The country was a recipient of international food aid well into the 1980s. There was significant room for productivity gains in traditional areas and millions of hectares of arable land yet to be developed in the cerrado with appropriate conditions for farming. 2% of the renewable water resources in the world À the constraining factors to unlock Brazil’s agricultural production potential were human capital, rural credit, and the availability of agricultural technologies adapted to the local weather and soil conditions.

Editora Gibim, Campo Grande, MS. The Economist, 2010. Brazilian Agriculture, The Miracle of the Cerrado. The Economist Newspaper Limited, 26/08/2010. US Department of Agriculture, 2014. Production, Supply and Distribution Database. gov/psdonline. ). World Trade Organization, 2014. International Trade and Market Access Data. org. ). 4 Summary References 20 22 22 24 25 26 26 27 28 39 43 In the early 1970s Brazil was going through a period of rapid economic growth, industrialization, and urbanization.

The country was a recipient of international food aid well into the 1980s. There was significant room for productivity gains in traditional areas and millions of hectares of arable land yet to be developed in the cerrado with appropriate conditions for farming. 2% of the renewable water resources in the world À the constraining factors to unlock Brazil’s agricultural production potential were human capital, rural credit, and the availability of agricultural technologies adapted to the local weather and soil conditions.

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