Brazil meat exports plunge after corruption scandal

Brazilian meat exports have dropped from more than $60m a day to a mere $74,000. This follows a corruption scandal that has undermined trust in food controls and prompted other countries to pull Brazilian beef and chicken from supermarket shelves.

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    Brazilian meat exports have dropped from more than $60m a day to a mere $74,000.

    This follows a corruption scandal that has undermined trust in food controls and prompted other countries to pull Brazilian beef and chicken from supermarket shelves.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Paulinia.


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