Brazil's president: meat scandal is 'economic embarrassment'

Meanwhile, CEO of Arima Discount Mart (ADM) Balliram Maharaj yesterday admitted that local importers of meats had millions of dollars invested in Brazil. He said, "I want to emphasise that the products subject to recall are processed meat products only, as Trinidad and Tobago has never issued permits to import raw beef or chicken from Brazil".

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