According to Flavio Maluf, president of Eucatex, exports for Brazil have been down for the summer for the month of June. It is related to the agriculture business and is down from the results of last year. Agriculture revenue makes up a big chunk of Brazil’s gross sales with soy being one of the biggest exported products, along with meat, sugar alcohol, forest products, and coffee.
Although China has been one of the biggest business partners for taking in Brazil products for the past year. Considering Europe, coffee, orange juice, and soybean meal are the popular products. Flavio Maluf reports despite the shortcomings, soybean production is set to rise as one projection predicts “72 million tons” will be exported according to the article by Terra.
Soybean production is not the only thing that is up for Brazil as grain is another that has soared in exports. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Supply ministry are responsible for the success of the country’s agriculture. The country is in tone to provide for its population as well and make sure everything runs smoothly with its economy. Learn more at mundodomarketing.com about Flavio Maluf
Flavio Maluf was raised wealthy to a father with ties to politics and business. Maluf worked diligently though and obtained a Mechanical Engineering degree from the Armando AlvaresPenteado Foundation. Along with being the CEO of Eucatex, he also runs Grandfood and uses his knowledge in business to teach others the ropes.
The individual shuts down the myths of business when it comes to the requirement of having a lot of money and not working hard, both of which he believes are myths and advises entrepreneurs to use their creative side and be smart. He advises other entrepreneurs to be prepared for failure and to not give up and providing excellent service to customers is another key.