Today, one way degassing valve with everyone to study why the Brazilian coffee economy can be thriving?
First, Brazil's tropical natural conditions are the most extensive in the world, the temperature, and rainfall and lighting conditions suitable for coffee tree cultivation.
Second, the 18th century, coffee became Europe and the United States social and life necessities. The international market demand for coffee has stimulated the development of the Brazilian coffee industry.
Third, the rise and fall of the mahogany, sugar cane and mining economic cycles have created opportunities for the rise of the coffee economy and the primitive accumulation needed for development.
Fourth, the cheap labor.
Fifth, railways, ocean shipping and other modern means of transport to greatly facilitate the Brazilian coffee export trade.
The coffee industry is both the driving force and the yoke; the coffee industry in the modern Brazilian economic structure occupies a pivotal position for the urbanization, industrialization and modernization of the driving force behind the change. At the same time, we should also see that the overheated coffee industry has brought many drawbacks to Brazil's economic and political life.
First of all, although the coffee industry has led the development of many industries in the surrounding areas, but this effect is more vertical, rather than horizontal. All urban infrastructure, transportation and export processing related to the coffee export economy have been developed rapidly, and there has been no significant change.
Second, the Brazilian industrial layout by the impact of the coffee industry, once the coffee planting center is still the core of Brazil's industrial zone. In 1907, the industrial production of Sao Paulo and the Federal District of coffee accounted for 49% of Brazil's total industrial output and rose to 52% in 1920. This highly concentrated industrial layout is unreasonable, creating an imbalance in the development of the Brazilian region.