China and Brazil Reach Agreement on Soy Oil

    The Chinese government guaranteed that it will not reject shipments of crude soy oil from Brazil. The possibility of an embargo stems from the fact that the amount of solvents used in the Brazilian product is greater than what Chinese law allows.

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      adrian wallis Siam Tropical Development
      Dear sirs, We are currently carring out a feasability study in order to start up a biodeisel plant here in Brasil. Could you please furbish us with the crude oil prices for soy, palm and purga oils? All prices to take in account that they will be long term contracts anything between 5 to 10 years.Any information in regard to this project will be of great assistance to us. We are currently seeking for subsidies from both the EU and the Brasillian governments perhaps you could also shed some light on this also.We have an initial investment of 10 million $US. I look forward to hearing from you soonest.
      your sincerely..

      A.R.Wallis MD Email- robbiewallis@yahoo.co.uk

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