IMPORTANCE: Brazilian sugar, obtained from the processing of sugarcane, is one of the most consumed and commercialized agricultural commodities in the world. It has a market concentrated in a few large exporters, among which Brazil is the world leader in its production and export. Internally, in 2015 the Port of Santos stopped handling bagged sugar, making the Paranaguá-Antonina Complex the natural destination of the cargo. As a result, the Port of Paranaguá is now extremely important in exporting this cargo to countries that do not have refineries or whose ports do not have modern facilities for receiving container ships.
estimated 459 (direct, indirect and income effect)
R$ 4,17 million
General Cargo - Sugar
Resolution Nº 87, of November 19, 2019.