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US-China trade dispute 'destabilizing commodity markets'

Brazilian gains in China offset by losses elsewhere, according to agriculture minister, who also offers update on EU poultry dispute

Problems faced by US 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.

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