According to the portal La Nación, Paraguay could lose its main export market, Brazil.
The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture said they are investigating a possible bovine spongiform encephalopathy, commonly known as mad cow.
The neighboring country indicated that all necessary preventive measures are being taken.
In this regard, La Nación/Nación Media talked to Daniel Burt, Paraguayan Meat Chamber (CPC) manager, about the implications for the national meat sector.
Firstly, Burt said that both Paraguay and the world are awaiting the results of the laboratory tests sent to Canada to confirm or rule out the case (read . . .