Brazil’s president has played down a corruption scandal that’s tarnished its valuable meat industry.
Investigators are looking into claims that companies paid bribes to conceal unhygienic conditions at meatpacking plants.
Michel Temer sought to dispel fears of systematic flaws in the industry.
He took a group of diplomats from several continents to a steakhouse and promised to get tough.
“As of tomorrow (Monday), the Agriculture Ministry will report which countries received these products,…
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