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S census records and colorado business economic

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Unformatted text preview: Export statistics from World Trade Atlas and USDA export data (all based on U.S. Census records), and Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee. 104 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook controls to safeguard the value of the Brazilian currency, the real. Given its emerging status as an economic power, Brazil is on the top of many multinational corporations’ lists of destinations to invest and do business in. Agricultural Exports Colorado’s 2010 agricultural exports grew more than 21% over 2009 exports, to $1.7 billion, with shipments to 105 countries. Exports continue to offer major opportunities for Colorado agricultural production. While total agricultural sales have grown 4 times the 1971 levels, Colorado’s agricultural exports have grown 4 times faster than total revenue (15 times growth in exports) since the 1971 level. Exports continue to increase in importance as the primary growth market for Colorado’s agricultural production. Colorado’s 2011 agricultural exports are on track to...
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