As I work my way through the South American ag giants, I now turn my attention to BrasilAgro (LND). BrasilAgro has done a pretty remarkable job of getting "potentially" arable land under cultivation, having nearly doubled its land under cultivation since 2010 and nearly quadrupled it since 2008. Moreover, management appears pretty smart about putting that land to best use, adjusting the planting of soy, corn, sugarcane, and cotton in response to market conditions.
All of this sounds great, but for the sizable stake that Argentina's Cresud (CRESY) and other foreign investors hold in the company. Brazilian law is stacked against the acquisition of land by foreigners, and that would seem to limit BrasilAgro's...
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