The government of Michel Temer is trying to limit the impact of the adulterated meat scandal that has resulted in restrictions on Brazilian exports to China, Europe, South Korea and Chile and has damaged one of the country’s strongest economic sectors.
In its attempts to resolve the crisis, the Temer administration announced that on Monday it will offer a detailed explanation to Chinese authorities to get Beijing to reverse its decision to temporarily suspend meat imports from the South American nation.
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