RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Agribusiness exports totaled US$96.8 (R$388) billion last year. That amount represents 43.2 percent of Brazil's total exports, according to the Secretariat of Trade and International Relations of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Supply.
The data shows the sector's slight growth in the country's total exports. In 2018, its share had been 42.3 percent.
The highlight was the trade in corn, meat, and cotton. Corn registered a record export volume, with 43.25 million tons. The previous record had been set in 2017, with 29.25 million tons . . .