“The first step now is to strike down the suspension of Brazilian meat. We’re moving forward in this, and I hope it takes place next month,” the minister told journalists outside the ministry building, in Brasília.
“We’re connecting now to what may be the hub not just of our exports to the rest of the world, but the way we get investment. The Middle East has become an increasingly sophisticated financial center,” Guedes said during the presentation of Brazil’s pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai, at the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Relations.
Agribusiness is reported to have accounted for 48 percent of Brazilian exports in 2020. The expansion stems from a 9.9 percent growth in the amount of products, as the price fell 5.3 percent.