Brazilians will not put their eggs in one basket!

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US-Iranian clash has no effect on Brazil-Iran trade relations.

Brazilian Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina said that the country was cautious in this regard.
she further detailed the effects of the US-Iran clash on exports of soybeans and corn from Brazil.
"We know the issues of the agricultural market and defence are separate. Brazil is one of those countries capable of providing food security to various countries, including Iran. we look forward to expanding our exports to Iran, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and new markets in Asia"-Cristina continued.
Grain producers in Brazil, especially corn farmers, are very concerned about the recent US-Iranian clash in the Middle East. The escalation of the conflict, they say may hinder the South American country’s exports to Iran, one of the largest importers of Brazilian corn.

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