Towards Efficiency in Brazilian Agriculture
Observer 207, August/September 1997
Brazil is aiming to make its agricultural sector more competitive by reducing government intervention and bringing domestic prices more closely in line with those prevailing on world markets. Resources will then be redirected from less efficient agricultural activities to those with a competitive edge. But the reforms have an important proviso: they have been drafted so as to cushion the worst impacts on small producers.
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