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Brazil's food exports to Arab world hit record $5.3bn

"Besides traditional export items such as coffee, tea and sugar, there is a growing demand for Brazilian livestock, food grains and fruits from Arab countries.”

07-Apr-2014 - Brazilian food exports to the Middle East jumped significantly in 2013 to total a record US$5.3bn and 17bn tonnes, according to the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC).

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