Operations have returned to normal and recovery is expected, especially in the second half of 2017, Wesley Batista, global chief executive officer of JBS S.A., said during a quarterly results conference call, referring to the impact the Brazilian meat scandal had on the company’s beef business. Batista said the company incurred a lot of expenses associated with the investigation. He expects that second-quarter results will also show an impact but will improve from there.
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