Flavio Maluf is a prominent businessman born in a political dynasty to a renowned businessperson and politician. Although he was born into a wealthy family, Flavio had to work hard and gain experience that has helped him in creating his business empire.
He attended Armando AlvaresPenteado Foundation where he graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Despite being an engineer, he had a great interest in entrepreneurship. He enrolled for a second degree in business administration. Upon graduating in 1997, he took over the control of their family business. Learn more at mundodomarketing.com about Flavio Maluf
In a report presented in June by Flavio Maluf on the agribusiness sector in Brazil, he indicated that there was a decrease of 0.7 percent in the agribusiness export in June compared to the exports of June 2017. He pointed out that the agribusiness sector comprised of 45.6 percent of Brazils export for June 2018. There was a 10.1 percent decrease in import that represented a drop to $1.04 billion as at June 2018.
Flavio Maluf specified that the result of the movement of goods in imports and exports had created a balance in the agribusiness sector that represented the U.S. $ 8.17 billion that equates to an increase of 0.7 percent. He pointed out that the major export from Brazil is Soy that amounted 53.5 percent followed by forest products, meat, and meat products, sugar and coffee.
Flavio Maluf points out that a large amount of the exports went to Asia, specifically China, which has been the largest importer of the Brazilian soy for the past year starting June 2017 to June 2017 and mostly during the first half of 2018 where they were mainly shipping Soybeans and Cellulose. Flavio Maluf states that the European Union, comprising 28 countries is the next major destination for most of the Brazilian agribusiness products for June. The main agribusiness products exported to these countries include pulp, orange juice, and green coffee.
According to Flavio Maluf, from January to June, Brazil has exported 46.27 millions tons of agribusiness products corresponding to the US $ 18.43 billion, which is a massive increase compared to the same period in 2017. Flavio Maluf noted that the Ministry of Agriculture helps in coordinating the 28- sector chambers.