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US Company Ads Vex Brazilians

 US Company Ads Vex Brazilians

Using emotionally-charged
ads in the Brazilian media, American-
based company Monsanto is trying to get the consumer to
believe that transgenic production promotes food and environmental

security, citing the benefits that biotechnology can bring. The

commercials are getting a barrage of criticism.
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