Biting the hand that feeds it: Brazilian meat sector's degradation of natural capital

The meat industry is becoming increasingly important for Brazil's economy. But as explored in a new special country report from the Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index for investors, its degradation of natural capital has the potential to undermine its growth and sovereign risk rating, warns Maria Lettini

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