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New York Times says beef scandal puts brazilian agribusiness in check

Popularity 4Viewed 591 times 2017-3-20 06:34 |System category:News

The scandal involving another 30 Brazilian food companies accused of changing the expiration date of spoiled meats, makeup their appearance or using chemicals to mask the bad smell had a great international repercussion.

For the New York Times, the scandal rocked the firm pillar of the fragile national economy, Agribusiness. For the newspaper, the case raises doubts about the Agro sector and is another blow to the country trying to recover from other major scandals, such as those of Petrobras and Odebrecht.

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Reply Report wangbeijing 2017-3-21 04:14
The BRICS countries are a threat to traditional capitalism

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    scape: I believe that China has advanced in protecting its workers, but in the rural areas there are still conditions close to slavery.
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    wangbeijing: Developing countries need to create a worker protection network. I do not know much about Brazil, but China has advanced. From a country that has alwa ...
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