Cargill, Dreyfus Halt Brazil Soy Plants as Margins VanishBy
Too few soybeans to meet export commitments, needs of crushers
Profit also hurt as chicken producers buy less soy-based feed
Cargill Inc. and Louis Dreyfus Co. are among the companies that have stopped some processing of soybeans in Brazil, the world’s biggest exporter of the commodity, amid a domestic shortage and vanishing profit margins.
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