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BRAZILIAN AGRIBUSINESS Overview China Development Bank - MDIC Meeting Brasília, January 21 st , 2011. 2009 RANKING: BRAZILIAN PRODUCTION AND EXPORTS. Sources: USDA and MAPA. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION INDEX: 1992-2019 FAO-OCDE Projections. “Brazil is the fastest growing agricultural

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BRAZILIAN AGRIBUSINESS

Overview

China Development Bank - MDIC Meeting

Brasília, January 21st, 2011

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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION INDEX: 1992-2019

FAO-OCDE Projections

“Brazil is the fastest growing agricultural

sector by far, growing by over 40% to 2019,

when compared to the 2007-09 base period.” (OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2010-2019)

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AGRICULTURE AREA

2007/2008 HARVEST

Most of recent expansion in agricultural area is on pasture land

Source: Ministry of Agriculture, Brazilian Institution of Geography and Statistics (pastures – 2006)

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MAJOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS IN BRAZIL

GROSS VALUE OF PRODUCTION

Source: Agriculture and Livestock National Confederation – June 2009

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BRAZILIAN AGRIBUSINESS EXPORTS

MAIN PRODUCTS – 2010*

Total: US$ 73.9 billion

Source: Ministry of Development, Industry and External Commerce. 2009

Elaboration: Ministry of Agriculture

* From November 2009 to October 2010

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BRAZILIAN AGRIBUSINESS EXPORTS

MAIN DESTINATIONS – 2010*

Total: US$ 73.9 billion

Source: Ministry of Development, Industry and External Commerce. 2009

Elaboration: Ministry of Agriculture

* From November 2009 to October 2010

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DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION AND EXPORTS

Roughly 70% of the Brazilian agricultural production aims the national market.

Sources: Ministry of Agriculture, Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics - 2009

Elaboration: Ministry of Agriculture

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Corn field

Harvesting soybean

GRAINS

Harvesting cotton

Soybean field

grains production and area 1991 to 2010
GRAINS - PRODUCTION AND AREA1991 to 2010

Production

Growth: 157,3% = 5,1% / year

Harvested Area

Growth: 24,9% = 1.2% / year

Source: National Company of Food Supply

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MEAT

Large scale, state of the art production

Biggest exporter of beef and poultry

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MEAT PRODUCTION EVOLUTION

Broiler: + 170% (95-09)

Beef: +70 % (95-09)

Pork: + 117% (95-09)

High domestic consumption and #1 world exporter

Source: Conab

¹ The meat consumption in Brazil is close to 100 kg / inhabitant / year, with more than 43 kg of chicken meat, 37 kg of beef and 14 kg of pork. Domestic demand accounts for about 70% of chicken production, 80% of beef production and 85% of pork production.

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SUGAR AND ETHANOL: PRODUCTION AND AREA

SUGAR

Growth 2002-2009: 93.2% (8.6% p.y.)

ETHANOL

Growth 2002-2009: 142.4% (11.7% p.y.)

Harvested Area

Growth 2002-2009: 44.5% (5.4% p.y.)

Estimate

Sources: Ministry of Agriculture, National Company of Food Supply

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Brazilian Coffee

One country, many flavors

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FRUITS:

Diversity and

Good Quality

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MILK

Increasing production lead to self sufifciency

Source: Milk National Forum – Brazilian Confedeeration of Agricultrue and Livestock

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PLANTED ForestS
  • Planted forests - 6.8 million ha support a diversified wood industry
  • Biggest world exporter of hardwood pulp
  • Highest productivity country in the world
  • Largest growth potential

Forestry productivity

Hardwood

Conifers

(Million ha)

Source: ABRAF

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FOREIGN INVESTIMENT

IN AGRIBUSINESS

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GLOBAL TRENDS

World population growth with increasing per capita income

Continuous need of food production increase

Increasingdemand for higher-quality,

better, protein-intensivefood (i.e.meat)

Shortage of new areas for agricultural production

Challenges to food security

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BRAZILIAN AGRIBUSINESS

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES

  • Strong, thriving economy & Institutional framework
  • Leadership in tropical technology
  • Natural resources abundance (land, water, solar energy)
  • Farming vocation & Business entrepreneurship
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STRONG, THRIVING ECONOMY

&

INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

  • Social inclusion & income distribution (upgrowth of middle class) Investment enhancement
  • Consolidated democracy, with stable legal and institutional framework
  • Infrastructure long-term investment program, with strategic actions
  • Sustainable growth based on macroeconomic prudential policies
  • Robust fiscal rules (primary surplus & rigid control of public deficit)
  • Low external vulnerability (with free capital flow)
  • Land investments in Brazil follow well established regulatory procedures permitting several forms of access to foreign investors
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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS

By origin - average 2007-2009

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STRONG, THRIVING ECONOMY & INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

No restrictions on commodity exports

BRAZILIAN TRADE BALANCE (1990 – 2010*)

AGRIBUSINESS

TOTAL

OTHERS

Source: Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade

Elaboration: Ministry of Agriculture

*Last 12 months (Nov09 – Oct 10)

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INFRASTRUCTURE LONG-TERM INVESTMENT PROGRAM
  • STRONG THRIVING ECONOMY & INDUSTRIAL FRAMEWORK
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LEADERSHIP IN TROPICAL TECHNOLOGY
  • Continuous & persistentpublicandprivateinvestmentsonR&D
  • Openedpartnershipswithother countries
  • Expressiveresultsofproductivity
  • Efficient use of natural resources
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FARMING VOCATION & BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Producer Support Estimate (Public Support to Farmers)

Brazil’s competitiveness doesn’t rely on subsidies.

Source: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

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TECHONOLOGY and ENTREPRENEURSHIP

No tillage (environmentally friendly)

Sowing corn

(2nd harvest)

Harvesting soybean

DOUBLE CROPPING - CORN AFTER SOYBEAN

Scale, mechanization

Two crops in the same year without irrigation

foreign investment in agribusiness
FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN AGRIBUSINESS

Machinery and Equipments

Production

Food Processing

Infrastructure

Distribution

Logistics

The agribusiness productive chains offer several possibilities for foreign investors:

  • Direct Investment on Projects (Transportation, Storage, Harbourage)
  • Contract Farming (payment in products)
  • Capital Markets (Stocks, Investment Funds)
  • Partnerships and Joint Ventures
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Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply

Department for Agribusiness International Promotion

Maurício Fleury Curado

Advisor for Foreign Investment

Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco D, 3º Andar, sala 338

70043-900 - Brasília - DF, BRAZIL

Phone: +55 (61) 3218-2425

E-mail: [email protected]

www.agricultura.gov.br

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