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Brazilian beef production expected to rise

Feb 21, 2005
Production of beef and pork in Brazil is estimated to increase in 2005 by six and three percent, respectively, reflecting a rebound in domestic demand and higher exports, although at a lower pace than last year due to a less competitive exchange rate relative to the U.S. dollar, according to an attache report posted Feb. 15 on USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service Web site. Economic analysts foresee economic growth in 2005 in the range of four-five percent, lower infla...

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