Brazil desperately seeks a way out of statism and away from the Venezuela trap. @MaryAnastasiaOG WSJ Americas columnist; editorial board member

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Title: Brazilian cotton; being the report of the journey of the International cotton mission through the cotton states of São Paulo, Minas Geraes, Bahia, Alagôas, Sergipe, Pernambuco, Parahyba, Rio Grande do Norte

Identifier: braziliancottonb00inte

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: International Federation of Cotton and Allied Textile Industries. International Cotton Mission to Brazil; Pearse, Arno S. , 1872-

Subjects: Cotton growing

Publisher: [Manchester, Eng. , Printed by Taylor, Garnett, Evans & co.

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158 BRAZILIAN COTTON

Brazil desperately seeks a way out of statism and away from the Venezuela trap. @MaryAnastasiaOG WSJ Americas columnist; editorial board member

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