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BLARIO BORGES MAGGI

(São Miguel do Iguaçu, Paraná, May 29, 1956) is a soy plantation farmer and governor of the state of Mato Grosso in Brazil.

Maggi also owns the Maggi Group, a large company that harvests, processes, and exports soybeans. The Maggi group is also involved in the infrastructure projects that are necessary to sustain the soy industry, notably soy terminals, highways, and waterways.

Maggi is nowadays considered the world’s largest soyabean producer.[1] He is also renowned for causing devastating environmental damage, deforesting enormous areas of forest. Maggi received the Golden Chainsaw Award in 2006 from Greenpeace for being the Brazilian who most contributed to the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest.[2]

 

 
 


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