The Brazilian agribusiness has something to celebrate this Christmas. It was a year in which the sector reaped positive results despite the climate, high inflation, the drop in consumers’ purchasing power, high-interest rates, electoral tension on the domestic front, and the turbulence caused by the war in Ukraine and by Covid (especially in China) abroad. Almost all of these factors will be present when 2023 begins, and estimates indicate that profit margins will shrink in agriculture. But the big picture indicates that cloudiness may not stand in the way of new production and export records.