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  • Chinese production of fertilizers must continue falling before global surplus
    China is struggling to keep your market leadership of phosphate and nitrogen, to the extent that exports of products are retreating in the face of cost cuts adopted by the producers in the world, according to BMI consulting Research, in a note.
  • Abihpec wait 1% real growth between 3% and for cosmetics in 2017
    The industry of cosmetics, hygiene and Perfumery can grow between 1% and 3% in real terms in 2017, according to the expectation of the Brazilian Association of the industry of personal hygiene, perfumery and cosmetics (Abihpec).
  • Jequiti go to sources to renew your brand
    It was on exhibition on Silvio Santos, organized by the Museum of image and sound (MIS) in Sao Paulo earlier this year, the team of Jequiti's marketing, cosmetics company of television presenter, decided to take ownership of the icons in the history of the owner of the SBT to build the repos icionamento, whose debut campaign on Thursday.
  • Holy Mass Adopts modern look and differentiated
    The Holy Mass, reference in the segment of garlic breads, adopted changes in your visual identity and now presents to the market its new packaging.
  • Case-ready packaging Grow in Brazil
    Type case-ready packaging that is enough ready in the fridge to be placed directly on the shelves of retail, are already very common in countries such as Australia, United Kingdom and United States.
  • Nestle must sell brands to smaller rival
    BRASILIA-Nestlé cannot sell to large competitor a bag of brands and assets which will have to undo to get, 15 years later, that the Administrative Council for economic Defense (Cade) to approve the purchase of the Boy.
  • Repurchase cooperative share of Force on Itambé
    The Central Cooperative of Farmers of Minas Gerais (CCPR) announced on Wednesday, 20, who bought back the 50% of the marks which belonged to the force, Itambé group company J&F.
  • Toshiba closes sale of memory chips unit to Bain Capital for $18 bi
    Tokyo (Reuters)-the Japanese Toshiba hit on Wednesday the sale of your valuable memory chip unit to a group led by u.s. private equity firm Bain Capital, an important step for the Japanese conglomerate in difficulties continue listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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