Sugar, meat and power
Sugarcane harvesting is carried on at the at the LDC SEV alcohol and sugar facility owned by French conglomerate Louis Dreyfuss Commodities in Sertaozinho, Brazil, Friday, Aug. 24, 2012. Brazil is on a quick path to become a global power. Rising economy, big infrastructure projects, an emerging and eager consuming middle class and the booming national industry are the evidences and consequences of the wealth in the southern nation. But the often hidden source of all this wealth falls far from the luring Rio beaches or the Kolkata-New York mix that Sao Paulo is. Behind texan hats and a similar attitude the countrymen display their power through a myriad of projects, festivals and behavior visually analyzed here.
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