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US-China trade dispute destabilising global meat markets, says Brazil

Higher feed costs weighing on producers

Problems faced by American exporters to China should on paper benefit Brazil – one of the US’s biggest rivals when it comes to supplying products such as beef, soya and pork. For Brazilian Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi however, the US-China trade dispute is having a destabilising effect on global markets – with his country’s gains in China offset by losses elsewhere.

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