Chickens for sale are seen in cages in a shop in Sao Paulo, Brazil August 18, 2017. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
January 21, 2019
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – China’s Ministry of Commerce has formally accepted an offer made by Brazilian chicken exporters to resolve an anti-dumping dispute, a lawyer involved in the case said on Monday.
Claudia Marques, a partner at MPA Trade Law who represents the Brazilian exporters, told Reuters that China’s decision to accept the offer was communicated to the parties in the Ministry of Commerce’s so-called “disclosure report.” The agreement will take effect by Feb. 18, Marques said.
(Reporting by Ana Mano in São Paulo and Jake Spring in Brasília; Editing by Christian Plumb)