Tax incentives and business expansion, Santa Catarina and agro-industrial activities
It was stated that in the period 1930-45, government of Santa Catarina was concerned with the implement a comprehensive infrastructure system that was able to support and facilitate economic modernization, via expansion and implementation of industrial activities in the northeast of Santa Catarina and agro-industrial activities in western Santa Catarina. In the same way, the Brazilian government was implementing the policy of import substitution process, whose goal was to build the Brazilian industrial structure.
In the agribusiness sector, the sugar mills and coffee processing industries relied on an economic incentive policy through the creation of the Coffee Institute of São Paulo (1927) National Coffee Council (1931) and the Institute of Sugar and Ethanol (1933).
[...] Today, some of the major companies control the genetic development from its relations with the international production. Among them, we can mention Agroceres, which pioneered the import of great-grandparents, from 1987, which was made possible through a joint venture with Scottish company Ross Breeders, which allowed the development of basic technology for the production of their own arrays. Perdigão, in turn, was able and generate its own gene bank: Chester, the result of combination of seven pure breeds imported from the US in 1979. [...]
[...] This is a policy based on conscious state action to articulate the different sectors that make up the agro-industrial complex. At this stage, through tax incentives, lines of credit, tax breaks, etc. premium credits, the government sought to put the Brazilian agribusiness in a global competitiveness level. The qualitative improvement of raw material From the 70's, these companies have achieved significant catarinenses participation in the production of animal protein and important socioeconomic position, both at home and in the world. [...]
[...] It can be said that the Santa Catarina agribusinesses are alert to any changes in the global food structure. Therefore, raised in very small local properties productivity, thus speeding up the process of agricultural modernization and social differentiation in this segment. In addition, these agribusinesses are encouraging the formation of rural enterprises in order to increase the organic composition of capital, both in own farms as that of others. Moreover, the need for breeding herds of pigs and birds, and therefore investment in specialized farms in a substantial supply of animals for slaughter. [...]
[...] In the agribusiness sector, the sugar mills and coffee processing industries relied on an economic incentive policy through the creation of the Coffee Institute of São Paulo (1927) National Coffee Council (1931) and the Institute of Sugar and Ethanol (1933). From the 50s, the Brazilian government began to worry, as it were, definitely with the agribusiness sector. However, already in 1951, during the Vargas government, several measures were implemented, supporting the installation of refrigerators inside the Central Brazil. In the 60s, most government spending were to loans policy of the Federal Government aimed at agribusinesses. [...]
[...] This association was created in 1976, Hybrid Agropastoril Ltda., Based in Chapecó, on the premises of the industrial unit of the Sadia group in that city. Sadia owns 51% of the capital of the new company. This association led to the formation and the development of various specialized units in the genetic improvement:. Sadia Agropastoril Paranaense Ltd., Sadia Agricultural Ltd., Sadia Santa Catarina Ltda, Sadia Agropastoril Goiás Ltda . These companies with 99% of the total capital belonging to Sadia Group, are responsible for farms that develop research aimed at better reproductive performance, growth rate and good feed conversion of their herds. [...]
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