A desconcentração regional do agronegócio brasileiro
[Regional deconcentration of agribusiness]
The main goal of this thesis is to analyze the level of development in the Agribusiness of the 5 Brazilian macro regions for the years of 1985, 1990 and 1995; using inter-regional input-output analysis. The results obtained show: a) how the macro regions contribute to the Brazilian Agribusiness and; b) how the Agribusiness is structured inside the regions. The main findings of this work are: a) there was a decrease in the concentration in the Agribusiness and their components (aggregate I, II and III) between 1985 and 1995; with decrease in the share of the region Sudeste of 46% in 1985 to 41,2% in 1995; b) there was a decrease in the share of the Agribusiness in the Brazilian GNP as well as in the regions GRP, between 1985 and 1995, this share for the Brazil was 38,6% in 1985 and 30,4% in 1995; c) the structure of the Agribusiness is particular to every region with different levels of development, mainly when the segments of processing, storage and distribution are considered.
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