By Vandré Kramer
After the restrictions to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, which led China to two years of weak growth (2020 and 2022), expectations are for a resumption of economic expansion.
After a 3% increase in GDP last year, the intention is to grow around 5% this year.
Analysts point out that these expectations may be modest: the International Monetary Fund (IMF), for example, projects a slightly higher expansion of 5.2%.
For Brazil, the characteristics of the Chinese economy seem to point to a promising year for agribusiness, which is already the main exporting sector to the Asian . . .