On the money: JBS sees competitive edge in Brazilian beef

By Katy Askew | 14 November 2012

Beef giant JBS has said it will increase beef production levels in its domestic market of Brazil as it looks to capitalise on the lower-cost production model operating in the country.

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Beef giant JBS has said it will increase beef production levels in its domestic market of Brazil as it looks to capitalise on the lower-cost production model operating in the country.

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