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Farmers Eduardo de Jose Protazio (L), 26, and Joao Paulo Rodrigo (R), 33, winnow coffee beans on their family farm in Forquilha do Rio, municipality of Dores do Rio Preto, Espirito Santo, Brazil, on November 23, 2017. 
At an altitude of 1,180 meters on the flanks of the Caparao mountains, between the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo, farmers are planting Arabica coffee, a specialty that has better quality and price than ordinary coffee. Their beans are sold to the best specialty shops in Brazil and two-thirds of their production is exported to the United States, France, Australia, South Korea, Japan and other countries.  / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Morgann JEZEQUEL        (Photo credit should read MAURO PIMENTEL/AFP/Getty Images)
Farmers Eduardo de Jose Protazio (L), 26, and Joao Paulo Rodrigo (R), 33, winnow coffee beans on their family farm in Forquilha do Rio, municipality of Dores do Rio Preto, Espirito Santo, Brazil, on November 23, 2017. 
At an altitude of 1,180 meters on the flanks of the Caparao mountains, between the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo, farmers are planting Arabica coffee, a specialty that has better quality and price than ordinary coffee. Their beans are sold to the best specialty shops in Brazil and two-thirds of their production is exported to the United States, France, Australia, South Korea, Japan and other countries.  / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Morgann JEZEQUEL        (Photo credit should read MAURO PIMENTEL/AFP/Getty Images)

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El gobierno de Brasil estableció para el sector agrícola una línea de crédito que ronda los 4.000 millones de dólares tras la producción récord que el país alcanzó en 2017.