Market Talks: Effects of the increase in Brazilian farmers’ bankruptcy protection requests

Author Argus

The increase in bankruptcy protection requests by individual rural producers in Brazil could make agricultural credit more expensive and raise Brazilian interest rates in the medium term, raising new challenges for the sector.

What is the market impact of the growing use of this instrument and what other alternatives are available for Brazilian farmers?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, Flavia Bohone, Editor of the Argus Brazil Grains and Fertilizer service, and Ticiane Figueiredo, a lawyer specialized in agriculture financing and barter operations from FLC Assessoria Juridica, analyze changes occurring in Brazilian agriculture financing.


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