The Brazilian government has raised the minimum truck freight rates by an average of five percent. The government stepped in with a plan to address freight rates to end a trucker strike in late May. Brazilian farm groups are upset, saying this move will increase farm input costs and consumer prices. A lawsuit has been filed challenging the new freight pricing policy.
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