2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-20032008000100007
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Abstract: Resumo: O presente artigo tem como objeto a cadeia produtiva do trigo no Brasil e destaca a realidade econômica de seus principais elos, com ênfase nos elos da produção agrícola e industrial do cereal. Salientase que o artigo traz a atualidade do setor no Brasil, a partir da análise dos resultados de pesquisa de campo realizada com produtores rurais, cooperativas e moinhos de trigo. O estudo da cadeia tritícola brasileira, com seus problemas, oferece uma luz para melhor compreensão das condições que o país pos… Show more

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“…For example, considering the importance of wheat quality on its price formation and according our model's results, we infer that Brazilian importers chose the US varieties over Argentinean products independently of the existence of MERCOSUR, because of the higher protein content of HRW and SRW compared to PAN varieties (Brum and Kettenhuber, 2008), thus driving more intense exports to important flour producer, such as Brazil.…”
Section: Transaction Costsmentioning
confidence: 74%
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“…For example, considering the importance of wheat quality on its price formation and according our model's results, we infer that Brazilian importers chose the US varieties over Argentinean products independently of the existence of MERCOSUR, because of the higher protein content of HRW and SRW compared to PAN varieties (Brum and Kettenhuber, 2008), thus driving more intense exports to important flour producer, such as Brazil.…”
Section: Transaction Costsmentioning
confidence: 74%
“…In 2012 it produced 8.4% of global agricultural output and its products represent, on average, 2.9% of world agricultural trade during the last decade (FAOSTAT, 2013). Nevertheless, when compared to the United States, its transportation and marketing costs for bulk agricultural product exports have historically been much higher (Brum and Kettenhuber, 2008). This is largely due to an inefficient or underdeveloped barge and railroad transportation system and a heavy reliance on more expensive truck hauling that reduces the country's competitive advantage.…”
Section: Main Agricultural Trade Policies Of the United States And Armentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The high global stock of wheat and the American government's subsidization of wheat exports were largely responsible for low global prices, and increased the appeal of foreign wheat to Brazilian purchasers. In spite of the sharp drop in prices brought by liberalization, Brazilian prices remained high in comparison to international prices, and millers consequently increased consumption of foreign wheat (Brum & Müller 2008).…”
Section: Market Liberalization Crop Randd and Innovation: Results And mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It also aims to direct products to regions that would otherwise have to import them, thus ensuring product flow throughout the country. In the early 1990s, the price set by CONAB for auctions through PEP was 32 % below the world price: US$94.52 per ton, in comparison to US$140.00 5 (Brum & Müller 2008). The reduction in domestic prices stimulated domestic demand, however, national production was undermined.…”
Section: Market Liberalization Crop Randd and Innovation: Results And mentioning
confidence: 99%