South Produces 41% of Brazil’s Crop

In the Systematic Survey of Agricultural Production (LSPA), released today by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), September’s estimates represent an improvement in the forecasts for the 2004 harvest.

Tags:

You May Also Like

Brazil’s NGOs Against Privatizing Water

This month around 80 Brazilian non-governmental organizations launched a platform defending everyone’s right to ...

Brazil’s Lula Calls Himself the Best Qualified to Do War on Corruption

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said today that nobody has bigger ethical ...

Brazil: Bankruptcy-Plagued Varig Hires US Firm Savvy on Distressed Airlines

Global professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal, which specializes in turnarounds and restructurings, announced ...

Brazilians Fall in Love with Narghiles

About four years ago, Nizar Escandar, a grandson to Syrians, established Empório do Arguile ...

Brazil Wants 73 New Sugar Mills to Boost Alcohol Production

Brazil’s Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, and Supply, Roberto Rodrigues, said that he will examine ...

Brazil Confused on Dealing with Japan Radiation While Embassy in Lybia Runs Out of Money

Brazilian representatives of the National Atomic Energy Commission, the Food and Drug Administration (Anvisa) ...

Brazil and Tunisia to End Visa Requirements Between Both Nations

The need for greater cultural interaction between Brazil and Tunisia was one of the ...

Brazilian Premium Coffee Gets a Home in California

Limoneira Company, a 112 year-old Santa Paula land, farming and food company, is bringing ...

A helicopter flies over São Paulo

Brazil: Billionaires Thrive in a Land of Contrasts

There has never been so many children dying of starvation in the world.  There ...

Despite Indians and Greens Opposition Brazil Goes Ahead with Amazon Dam

The Brazilian government has given the go-ahead to a controversial project to build a ...