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Brazil’s Grain Harvest Will Grow 30% in 2017, Government Says

SAO PAULO – Brazil, one of the world’s largest agricultural producers, will have a record grain harvest of 240.3 million tons in 2017, up 30.1 percent from last year, the government said Tuesday.

The South American country expects to harvest 55.6 million more tons of grains than in 2016, when the harvest totaled 184.7 million tons of cereals, legumes and oleaginous crops, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) said in its latest forecast.

The 2017 harvest is expected to break the record of 209.7 million tons of grains set in 2015.

The IBGE’s June forecast is 0.70 percent above the May projection.

 

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