By Kellen Severo
Brazil is expected to become the world’s largest corn exporter and oust the United States from first place in 2023, says consulting company AgRural.
The company reveals that the expectation of grain export this year is between 46 and 47 million tonnes.
However, this scenario is conditioned to a variable: the weather.
According to the company, states like Paraná and Mato Grosso do Sul will sow a significant part of the crop outside the ideal window, possibly reducing crop productivity.
Check out the interview with AgRural’s market analyst, Daniele Siqueira:
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