Embargo lifted: After two days of negotiations, China officially lifted its trade embargo on beef from Brazil and agreed to accelerate the certification process for companies to export beef products. China banned Brazilian beef in December 2012 after an atypical case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy was confirmed in Parana state. The agreement was concluded on Nov. 15 between Neri Geller, the minister of agriculture, livestock and supply, and Zhi Shuping, China'
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