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TOP 5: The Best industries sectors to invest in Brazil

Being the ninth biggest economy in the world and the fourth largest country, with a population of 207,1 millions of people, with a large territory and a favorable weather, Brazil have great opportunities of investment and economic development. Check in this article the 5 best industries sectors to invest in Brazil:

Expodireto Cotrijal

What is the Event:

Expodireto Cotrijal is the event that innovates and proposes solutions for agribusiness.


Agrishow is one of the largest and most complete agricultural technology fairs in the world. Considered one of the three major agricultural technology fairs in the world and one of the largest and most important in Latin America, Agrishow is the showcase of the most advanced trends and technological innovations for agribusiness. Idealized by the main entities directly and indirectly linked to Brazilian agribusiness

Brazil beefs up agribusiness governance after meatpacker scandal

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture launched a program on Tuesday to ensure farmers comply with anti-corruption, environmental and child labor laws, after a highly publicized meatpacking scandal raised doubts about the country's food products.

The program set up by the ministry and the farm lobby CNA will grant an agricultural seal of integrity to companies that comply.

Agribusiness and utilities lead IoT adoption in Brazil

The agribusiness and utilities sectors are leading the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in Brazil, according to a recent study.

Some 45 percent of users polled in agribusiness have rolled out IoT technologies in their organizations, while 30 percent of utility companies have done the same, according to the research by IT services firm Logicalis.

By comparison, only 12 percent of manufacturing businesses in Brazil have implemented the technologies so far. This, according to the study, is due to inability to demonstrate the return on investment (ROI).

Privatization CASEMG - Minas Gerais State silo and warehouse

CASEMG is a mixed-capital company created by State Law No. 1,643 of September 6, 1957, with the objective of storing and ensiling agribusiness products, transhipment of road and rail, preventive and curative phytosanitary treatment, cleaning and drying of goods . The Company has warehouses and silos in the main producing regions of Minas Gerais: Tri√Ęngulo Mineiro, Alto Parana√≠ba, Noroeste Mineiro and Sul de Minas.

Main characteristics of CASEMG's assets:

Privatization CEASAMINAS - Minas Gerais State’s agricultural products distribution center

CEASAMINAS is a mixed-capital company under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, in which the Union holds 99.57% of the voting shares due to a process of renegotiation of the Federal Government's debts with the State of Minas Gerais in the 90's. It is a company that has its headquarters, domicile and forum in the city of Contagem / Minas Gerais. He manages six warehouses in Minas Gerais in the counties of Contagem, Greater Belo Horizonte, Juiz de Fora, Caratinga, Governador Valadares, Uberl√Ęndia and Barbacena.

Port Operator CODESA "Companhia Docas do Espírito Santo" Privatization

The privatization of the Docas do Espirito Santo Company (CODESA), aiming at modernizing its port management, attracting investments and improving the operation of the sector, has adherence to the sectorial policy and the Federal Government's guidelines for seeking investments in infrastructure through Partnerships with the private sector. The studies that involve the definition of the privatization model and contract guidelines will be contracted by BNDES.

Brazil Internet of Things (IoT) national action plan

The plan is aimed at positioning the country in the forefront of technology development within the next five years.

The document, which will subsidize the preparation of the IoT National Plan  was released this Tuesday, 3rd , in the Brazil Auditorium of FutureCom, in São Paulo

The study includes more than 70 initiatives for innovation, human capital, regulatory environment, and connectivity

Emphasis will be made on health, smart cities, industrial, and rural areas