A Mannesmann steel mill in Minas Gerais. The coffee boom of the early Twentieth century provided the Brazilian government with the necessary resources to take advantage of its vast natural resources and begin to industrialize, though most of the investment was concentrated in the Southeast, mainly in the state of Sao Paulo.A usina da Mannesmann em Minas Gerais. A explosão do café no início do século vinte propiciou ao governo brasileiro os recursos necessários para tomar vantagem e iniciar o processo de industrialização; entretanto, a maior parte do investimento concentrou-se no sudeste, principalmente no estado de São Paulo.
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Brazil: Sao Paulo