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Pesticides contaminate the population in Mato Grosso

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in Additional News:

- Meat: Russia promotes "embargoes lightning"
- MME wants to multiply by 15 the area of sugar cane for ethanol
- Task-force rescue workers on condition analogous to slavery in Rio and Minas Gerais states
- Greenpeace exposes deforestation in the farm of the Opportunity group
Europe pays 50% more for organic soybeans from Brazil
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LEGAL LAND: When alms is great...

By Edilberto Sena, Rural Radio of Santarém, Pará State

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Portuguese version of the AgribusinessWatch completes three years
by Maurício Galinkin

From a conversation in Cebrac Foundation in early 2007, with Andrea de Souza Lobo (then president of the foundation) and Nilo Davila, tech working at the foundation, came the proposal to create a site of critical monitoring of issues relating to various agricultural commodities. I was commissioned to write the proposal and defend it at the meeting of Soy-Brazil, which took place in Sao Luis, MA.
Adopted at the meeting of Maranhão, but facing the perennial problem: who is willing to implement the project and seek the necessary financial resources?
Without financial support, I decided to create the site in July 2007. And the first "number" of the Portuguese version of the AgribusinessWatch was at the Internet in the first week of September 2007.
I would like to thank all colleagues who have contributed their studies, analysis and opinions.
And your support, dear reader, which is the greatest incentive to continue producing this observatory.