Brazil has abundant natural resources and its economy is relatively diversified. & major agricultural power,
Brazil is the world's first producer of coffee, sugar cane and oranges, as well as one of the largest producers of soy.
Brazil attracts many world groups in the food industry and biofuels.
Brazil has the world's largest commercial livestock herd.
Agriculture's contribution to the GDP is relatively small, accounting for only 6.6%, yet the sector represents 40% of its exports.
Forests cover half of the country, with the largest ombrophilous forest in the world situated in the Amazon Basin.
Brazil is the world's fourth largest exporter of timber.
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