Inadequate facilities hinder Brazilian soybean boom

04/4/2013 | MercoPress (Uruguay) · AgriMoney.com (U.K.)

Brazil is on its way to becoming the world's biggest soybean producer, but inadequate infrastructure, congested seaports and a shortage of storage facilities are threatening exports. Production has increased from 65 million tons to 82 million tons in the past year, but facilities for handling the product haven't kept up.

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MercoPress (Uruguay) · AgriMoney.com (U.K.)

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