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Intl banks bet on Brazil agribusiness despite tough times

Agriculture.com Staff 05/30/2006 @ 8:25am

SAO PAULO (Dow Jones)--International banks are increasingly willing to bet on the future of Brazil's agribusiness despite falling revenues in some key segments like soy due to an unfavorable exchange rate, and an overall reduction in agricultural exports so far in 2006.

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SAO PAULO (Dow Jones)--International banks are increasingly willing to bet on the future of Brazil's agribusiness despite falling revenues in some key segments like soy due to an unfavorable exchange rate, and an overall reduction in agricultural exports so far in 2006.

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