The Brazilian agribusiness exported US$5,1 billions in the last month of January, according to information released today by the Department of the Agriculture. In comparison to January of 2010, there was an increase of 26.3% in the exportations. It was the best result since the exportations of the sector began ito be recorded for effects of comparison, in 1989.
The products that were detached for the increase of the exportations were soy, coffee, meats, cereals, little smells and preparations, juices of fruits and forest products. Taking advantage of the good international quotations of the sustenances, the complex soy, that included oil, crumb and grain, had thegreatest increase in value (89,3%) and volume (67,7%) exported in January. The sales of the product for the outside yielded US$ 598.6 millions, according to Agência Brasil.