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Brazil Eyes Fix for Grain Export Logistics

Plan will include multiple railway projects in central grain belt

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Brazil has unveiled a new plan for modernizing and expanding some of its infrastructure to better support grain and oilseed exports, a move that is long overdue as the country’s dated logistics have somewhat capped growth in that sector, reports the Hellenic Shipping News.

The full effect may not be realized for another decade or even longer. The plan will include multiple railway projects in the central grain belt and the privatization of numerous airports to improve air travel for tourism, farming, and the oil industry.

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