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Brazil achieves largest opening up of agro products in the last 10 years by China

A new deal to facilitate Brazilian agro exports to China is being seen by experts in Brazil as ‘the largest process of opening up in the last ten years by the Asian country´s market.

Agricultural engineer Helen Jacintho said that, under the new deal, China opened the market for essential products such as soybean meal (an old demand in the sector), concentrated soy protein, corn, peanuts, and citrus pulp.

According to Ricardo Arioli, agronomist, president of the National Cereals, Fibers and Oilseeds Commission of the CNA (Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock of Brazil), it was a joint negotiation of . . .

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