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Iran-Brazil Chamber of Commerce Convenes

The Iran-Brazil Chamber of Commerce convened on Sunday for its inaugural meeting with the board of directors and selected Kaveh Zargaran as the head...

Brazil to quit Open Skies negotiations with the EU

  Brazil's civil aviation regulator (Agencia Nacional de Aviacao - ANAC) is considering quitting negotiations with the European Union over a proposed Open Skies agreement...


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Eggs Symposium Discusses Strategies With Export Market Focus

  After the egg consumption record in 2018, the poultry industry now sees new opportunities in an international market that require proteins with very different...

Minister Tereza Cristina Negotiates Market Opening for Brazilian Meats In Indonesia

  Tereza Cristina met with the Minister of Agriculture and Indonesian businessmen in Jakarta, the last leg of the trip to the Asian continent In the...

Chine Should Enable 78 Brazilian Slaughterhouses As a Result of a...

  After a meeting between the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, Tereza Cristina and China's General Administration of Customs, Ni Yuefeng, Brazil expects 78...

Brazil and China Reaffirm Cooperation to Expand Agribusiness Exports Agenda

  The Chinese were receptive to the proposals presented by Brazil to open up the market for protein, fruits, grains, and dairy products, said Agriculture,...

Conab Announces Second Coffee Estimate With the Production of 50.92 Million...

  Brazil is going to harvest of 50.92 million bags of coffee benefited in 2019, adding the arabica and conilon species. This is the second...



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