Market Talks: What has changed in Brazil’s grains exports contracts?

Author Argus

Traditionally used by Brazilian exporters to standardise marine grain shipments, the country’s cereal exports association Anec's contract models underwent a wide revision in July to reflect the new market dynamics.

What has changed in these contract models and how will this impact the Brazilian agricultural sector?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, agriculture and fertilizer reporter Jose Roberto Gomes and Anec’s external contracts commission president Marcos Amorim discuss Brazil’s cereal exports.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)


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