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GCHERA GCHERA Consecana: A sucess Partnership Consecana: A sucess Partnership Experience in the Brazilian Sugar Experience in the Brazilian Sugar and Ethanol Sector and Ethanol Sector Mirian Rumenos Piedade Bacchi Geraldo Sant’Ana de Camargo Barros Raul Machado Neto USP/ESALQ FRANCE 27 – 29/June FRANCE 27 – 29/June 2011 2011
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GCHERA Consecana: A sucess Partnership Experience in the Brazilian Sugar and Ethanol Sector Mirian Rumenos Piedade Bacchi Geraldo SantAna de Camargo Barros.

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GCHERA Consecana: A sucess Partnership Experience in the Brazilian Sugar and Ethanol Sector Mirian Rumenos Piedade Bacchi Geraldo SantAna de Camargo Barros Raul Machado Neto USP/ESALQ FRANCE 27 29/June 2011 Slide 2 BUILDING TRUST andRELIABILITY Slide 3 BRAZIL IS NOT ONLY... Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Slide 14 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 THE FIFTH LARGEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD 3.3 X 10 6 square milles Slide 18 BRAZIL COVERS 47% OF SOUTH AMERICA FEDERATION WITH 26 STATES, 5 REGIONS FEDERATION WITH 26 STATES, 5 REGIONS BRASILIA IS THE NATIONAL CAPITAL POPULATION : 191 MILLION Slide 19 AGRICULTURE IN BRAZIL Annual crops: 36% Annual crops: 36% Permanent crops : 12% Permanent crops : 12% Natural pasture: 15% Natural pasture: 15% Forage crops: 13% Forage crops: 13% Natural forests: 15% Natural forests: 15% Cultivated forests: 15% Cultivated forests: 15% AVAILABLE AREA FOR AGRICULTURE: 550 million hectares CONTRIBUTION OF THE AGRIBUSINESS TO THE GDP: 23% CONTRIBUTION OF THE AGRIBUSINESS TO THE GDP: 23% Slide 20 AGRICULTURE IN BRAZIL THE TEN MOST IMPORTANT CROPS: Soybean, Sugarcane, Maize, Coffee, Rice, Cassava Field Bean, Cotton, Citrus, Tomatoes Country is one of the 10 largest world producers Except for cotton and rice (sixth and tenth), those crops holds one of the first three positions among crops holds one of the first three positions among major world producers major world producers Slide 21 1997 1997 3.3%/year 2007 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION Gasques, Bastos e Bacchi, Ipea 2008 Slide 22 AGRICULTURE IN BRAZIL CROP PRODUCTIVITY HAS INCREASED OVERTIME CROP PRODUCTIVITY HAS INCREASED OVERTIME Research, Investments in transportation infrastructure, Enhance and availability of modern inputs (SEEDS) MAIN REASONS Slide 23 Choosing the TOPIC Slide 24 Consecana: A sucess Partnership Experience in the Brazilian Sugar and Ethanol Sector Slide 25 Geraldo SantAna de Camargo Barros Mirian Rumenos Piedade Bacchi Slide 26 Importance of the sugarcane activity in Brazil Slide 27 #Brazil is the major sugarcane producer in the world #Center-South region accounts for 90%, with the production of 557 million tons and more than 50% allocated to ethanol #Sugarcane area used to produce sugar and ethanol in 2010/2011 1.5% country cultivatable area Slide 28 #sugar production 33.5 million tons #anhydrous ethanol 7.4 million m 3 #hydrous ethanol 17.9 million m 3 FLEX-FUEL CARS FLEX-FUEL CARS first 100% ethanol cars first 100% ethanol cars produced in the late 70 produced in the late 70 Slide 29 TODAY 42% of the Brazilian vehicles fleet is FLEX-FUEL TODAY 42% of the Brazilian vehicles fleet is FLEX-FUEL Slide 30 Slide 31 Slide 32 Slide 33 SUTAINABILITY ASPECTS SUTAINABILITY ASPECTS #ethanol from sugarcane is considered by EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) ADVANCED FUEL 61% CO 2 ADVANCED FUEL 61% CO 2 #chemical industry #biodegradable plastic Slide 34 PLANT BOTTLE PLANT BOTTLE Slide 35 Social Aspects # 1,283,258 formal jobs (RAIS - Relao Anual de Informaes Sociais) # Agribusiness GDP - 10% in 2009 # Brazilian GDP - 2.3% CEPEA 2010

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