Brazil’s Harvest Jumps 10.7%

Brazil’s harvest in 2004/2005 should attain 131.9 million tons of grain,
according to the National Supply Company (Conab). This volume represents a 10.7%
increase compared with the 2003/2004 harvest, which came to 119.1 tons.

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