China eyes long-term food processing deals in Brazil

China eyes long-term food processing deals in Brazil The Chinese government is looking to boost its presence in the Brazilian food processing sector and reach agreements on joint food safety controls that would allow for long-term supply deals between the countries, a Chinese official said on Wednesday. Yang Wanming, who took over as China’s ambassador to Brazil roughly two months ago, said in a presentation to businessmen and Sao Paulo state government officials that the Asian nation is also looking into opportunities in the country’s infrastructure projects and oil refining sector. Reuters reports. Photo: Beijing. Public Domain (CC0) Vista Oil & Gas is opening the spigots on Argentina’s vast shale play Vista Oil & Gas is breathing a new kind […]

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