BRAZIL: Tax charge, US weakness hit JBS

By Katy Askew | 16 May 2012

Brazilian meat group JBS has revealed a drop in first-quarter profits, as the bottom line was hit by higher tax charges and a fall in income from its US beef business.

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Brazilian meat group JBS has revealed a drop in first-quarter profits, as the bottom line was hit by higher tax charges and a fall in income from its US beef business.

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