Market Talks: The impacts of Covid-19 on agricultural financing in Brazil

Author Argus

Credit to Brazilian farmers has been limited in the midst of the pandemic, despite the historically low interest rate in the country and production records. What is behind this restriction and how could it affect the purchase of fertilizers and inputs for the next season?

In this week’s episode of Market Talks, Flavia Bohone, Agriculture and Fertilizer Editor, and Kauanna Navarro, Agriculture and Fertilizer Reporter, analyze the impacts of Covid-19 on agricultural financing in Brazil.

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