Brazil's antitrust watchdog assists state prosecutor

The colluding companies sold their products to soap and fuel manufacturers.

The colluding companies sold their products to soap and fuel manufacturers. (Credit: istock.com/Soldt.)

Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence, CADE, has conducted dawn raids as part of a state prosecutor’s investigation into a suspected animal waste cartel. By Hettie O'Brien

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