08 Aug 2018, Petia Krasteva, EMIS Editor
Brazil’s grain output to soar 30% in ten years
The agriculture ministry study also assumes that output and exports of sugar, coffee and orange juice will retain its upward trend. Sugar exports is forecast to rise 25.8% until 2028 to 37.2 million tonnes or 74.9% of the projected output of 49.7 million tonnes. Nonetheless the country will probably lose its top sugar exporter position to India by the time. Coffee exports is projected to rise 17.2% to 34 million bags of 60kg and orange juice exports would also surge by 17.4% to 2.7 million tonnes, Valor detailed.
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