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Brazilian agriculture in the future: Proceedings of the seminar and 19th plenary meeting

by Porto, A; IFPRI, Washington, D.C. (EUA); IICA, Washington, D.C. (EUA); Seminar of the International Policy Council on Agriculture, Food and Trade Belo Horizonte (Brasil) 11-13 May 1997.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall number: IICA-E71 23 Publisher: Washington, D.C. (EUA): 1997Description: p. 203-218.Summary: It is the responsability of the Brazilian government to solve two basic problems in order to reverse its trade deficit and increase its participation in international trade. The first problem, of an institutional and administrative nature, refers to the lack of consistent mechanisms to devise international trade policies and strategies. The second problem lies in the extreme shortage of infraestructure. For more than a decade, this sector was paralyzed and no major public works projects were undertaken. Meanwhile, many of the already existing projects deteriorated (for example, roads, and ports) and the government was able to do little in carrying out projects in the energy and telecommunications sectors. (MV)Subject(s): BRASIL | MERCOSUR | NAFTA | OMC | LIBERALIZACION DEL INTERCAMBIO | CARICOM | BALANZA COMERCIAL | RECURSOS NATURALES | | | | | | | | | BRESIL | MARCHE COMMUN DU SUD | ALENA | OMC | LIBERALISATION DES ECHANGES | CARICOM | BALANCE COMMERCIALE | RESSOURCE NATURELLE
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