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Chinese import restrictions block Brazil’s access to latest GMO crops

Reuters | 
Brazil Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo said on [April 25] that the country must work with China to reduce non-tariff barriers ...

As US legal battle over Monsanto’s Roundup rages, Brazil health officials say glyphosate doesn’t cause cancer

Reuters | 
Analysts at Brazil health agency Anvisa have determined that the weed-killer glyphosate does not cause cancer while recommending a series ...

New Brazilian government backs indigenous tribe fined in 2018 for embracing modern agriculture and growing GMO crops

Reuters | 
Brazil’s new government is backing an indigenous tribe that was fined under the previous administration for commercial farming practices banned ...

Amid growing tensions with US, China poised to accelerate GMO crop imports, boost trade with Brazil

Reuters | 
Brazil and China are expected to hold their first high-level political and economic talks since 2015 later this year, Brazil’s ...
Brazil soy cultivation

Faster GMO crop import approvals in China could boost Brazil’s already record-breaking soy exports

Reuters | 
Brazil’s record soy exports to China could grow further, an Agriculture Ministry official told Reuters …. as the Asian nation’s ...
sprayweeds roundup e

Brazilian judge overturns glyphosate ban, citing ‘serious impacts’ to nation’s economy

Reuters | 
A Brazilian court on [September 3rd] overturned an injunction banning products containing the popular weed-killer glyphosate, knocking down a previous ...
ban stop roundup

Brazilian judge suspends glyphosate use, citing concerns about herbicide’s toxicity

Reuters | 
A Brazilian judge has suspended the use of products containing the agrochemical glyphosate, a widely employed herbicide for soy and ...
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