On the contrary, investments and incentives to the industry have increased since then. And the results are showing: grain production grew by 51.7% in ten years, jumping from 123 million tons (2002/2003) to 186.9 million tons (2012/2013), to an estimated 190 million tons for the 2013/2014 crop. Brazil is now one of the largest agricultural exporters in the world: it supplies products to more than 200 countries and is first in international trade of coffee, sugar, orange juice, soybeans, beef and chicken. On Brazil’s trade balance, agribusiness also shows its strength: in 2013, Brazil exported US $ 242.18 billion. Of this total, agribusiness accounted for 41.28%, or US $ 99.97 billion. The incentives from the federal government for the sector continue. In February 2014, Dilma announced the largest amount of credit in the history of the Brazilian Agricultural and Livestock Plan: R$ 136 billion. The credits are divided into R$ 97.6 billion for sales financing and R$ 38.4 billion for investment programs. Credit in the Plan increased by 18% compared to the previous Plan.