JBS Drops to Lowest Since March as Deals With BNDES ScrutinizedBy
Meatpacker's shares fall as much as 4.3% in Sao Paulo
Audit court sees evidence of 'special treatment' given by bank
JBS SA, the world’s largest meat producer, fell to the lowest level since March after the court in charge of auditing Brazilian government finances said the company may have had "special treatment" in loans it got from the state-run development bank.
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