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FONTES DE FINANCIAMENTO PARA O SETOR SUCROENERGÉTICO
Após atingir um auge de investimentos em 2008, o setor sucroenergético não observa retornos adequados desde 2012.
Uma grande alteração do mix de produção na direção do etanol, e preços do etanol relativamente sustentados permitiram um ligeiro avanço nos resultados operacionais, reduzindo parte do endividamento líquido total das usinas de açúcar e etanol.
Porém poucos grupos farão novos investimentos em expansão agrícola ou industrial, seja pela disponibilidade de caixa, ou pelos baixos retornos.
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Segundo amostra do Banco Itaú BBA, o setor iniciou a safra com uma dívida média de R$ 111 / tonelada. Apesar da desvalorização cambial, que por si só aumentaria este valor, houve uma queda de R$ 4 / tonelada. “Essa redução ocorreu, em grande parte, porque o setor seguiu controlando investimentos”, afirma Pedro Fernandes, Diretor de Agronegócios do Itaú BBA.
A aposta das usinas para este ano tem sido aumentar a produção de etanol, que está com o preço mais competitivo do que o açúcar. “Produtividade agrícola e retomada de investimentos, inovação tecnológica, Plataforma para o Biofuturo e o RenovaBio estão na agenda do BNDES para o setor”, destaca Marcos Rossi Martins, Chefe do Departamento de Indústria e Serviços do BNDES.
Sucesso total!
Para discutir fontes de financiamento, riscos e novas oportunidades para o setor, Luiz Felipe Dias de Souza, CEO da Jus Capital, Marcos Rossi Martins, do BNDES, e Pedro Fernandes, do Itaú BBA, irão palestrar na 18ª Conferência Internacional DATAGRO sobre Açúcar e Etanol, que acontece nos dias 29 e 30 de outubro, no Hotel Grand Hyatt, em São Paulo.
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OCTOBER  2018 NEWSLETTER - ARTS & CULTURE
PERFORMING ARTS  
"Inside the Wild Heart"
Presented by Group.BR - An immersive play  based on the Works of Clarice Lispector 
October 18 - November 18  @ 8:00 PM (Thu-Sat) 
and 7:00 PM (Sun)
Aich Studio 

 
VISUAL ARTS  
"Sebastião Salgado: Landscapes 2004-2018" 
October 11 - November 10
Opening: October 11 @ 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Chelsea



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MUSIC   
Yamandu Costa and Renato Borghetti  
Fundraising Concert: proceeds go to Pequeno Príncipe Hospital 
October 20 @ 8:00  PM
92Y (Kaufmann Concert Hall)

 
CINEMA    
"The Sound of Bells" and "Obscuro Barroco"  
Presented by: Margaret Mead Film Festival
October 20 @ 11:00 AM (The Sound of  Bells)
October 19 @ 9:30 PM (Obscuro Barroco)
American Museum of Natural History 


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Also this month
MUSIC  
Abelita Mateus and Friends  
October 2  @ 7:30 and 9:30 PM
Dizzy Club Coca Cola
  

 
LITERATURE 
Yara Maura presents "Turma da Mônica"   
October 4  @ 6:00 PM
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (BEA)


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MUSIC - TALK AND PERFORMANCE
A Rhythmic History of Brazilian Music with Richard Miller
October 5 @ 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Columbia University - Lerner Hall 

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COMMUNITY     
Missa em Homenagem à Nossa Senhora Aparecida 
October 6 @ 7:00 PM
Catedral de St. Patrick
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WORKSHOP
Free Percussion Workshops Offered by Batalá New York 
October 7,8,15,22 and Nov 3,10
El Barrio's Artspace (PS109)
Email:hello@batalanewyork.love

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MUSIC   
Luciane Dom and Bruna Lucchesi @ One Beat 2018
Co-presented by World  Music Institute
October 13  @ 8:00  PM
Murmrr (Brooklyn)  

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 PERFORMING ARTS    
"It Takes Two to Tangle", by Alex Corrêa and Bya Braga 
October 19 @ 9:30 PM
Dixon Place 


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MUSIC  
Billy Newman Quintet  
October 21 @ 8:00 PM
Cornelia Street Cafe



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CINEMA 
"BIxa Travesty" and "Hard Paint" 
Presented by NY LGBT Film Festival 
October 24 - 30
Various locations  in NYC (check below)  


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