RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - China, Brazil's largest trading partner and the leading destination of Brazilian beef exports, should soon overcome the crisis generated by the embargo imposed on imports of the protein from the country, which has generated millions of dollars in losses for producers.
According to the Brazilian Foreign Ministry, the commitment was made by China's Minister of Foreign Business, Wang Yi, in a telephone conversation held this Thursday with the Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos França.
"The ministers discussed the opening and diversification of markets, including the resumption of Brazilian beef exports. The Chinese . . .
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