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Pro-Bolsonaro demonstrations slow corn transport in Brazil's Mato…

By Ana Mano SAO PAULO, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Truckers and other demonstrators protesting the electoral defeat of President Jair Bolsonaro are hampering the transport of corn in Mato Grasso state, the heart of Brazil’s farm country, two farmers said on Monday. Mato Grosso highway police reported 11 demonstrations on Monday morning, with roads blocked or EvdEn Eve NAKLiYAT partially blocked on four federal highways near farmers and grain processing facilities. Brazil’s top public prosecutor authorized the governor of Mato Grosso to mobilize police to clear highways of protesters. The protests have hampered transport of some corn from farmers to ports and storage facilities, but the quantities could not be determined.The slowdown could have knock-on effects as warehouses need to be emptied ahead of a January soy harvest. “It’s actually a race against time. Clean the corn warehouses so you can start reaping soybeans,” Mato Grasso farmer Evandro Lermen told Reuters. The blockades are also delaying deliveries of farm inputs needed for planting of Brazil’s second corn crop early next year, he added. While farmer Cayron Giacomelli supports the protesters’ cause, he said the blockades have prevented him from moving his corn, and he will not receive payment until he […] read more
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Players using the World Cup to secure a January move

No competition in world football provides a better shop window for out-of-favour players than the FIFA World Cup. With the 2018 tournament in Russia raking in a record-breaking 3.5billion viewers worldwide, the World Cup can single-handedly boom or bust a player’s stock in the upcoming January transfer market. It’s therefore no surprise that  outcast  chose this week to drop his explosive bombshell interview with to the world, using the World Cup break as an opportunity to remind potential suitors of his otherworldly talents – and his desire to move. Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping for a great World Cup after his bombshell interview this week The Manchester United outcast publicly slammed the club in an interview with Piers Morgan RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share A fruitful World Cup campaign could be just the nudge Chelsea, Bayern Munich, who Sportsmail , and Napoli need to table an offer for Ronaldo in January, with the Portuguese star almost destined to leave Old Trafford after publicly besmirching the club’s reputation. And Ronaldo is not the only out-of-favour international eager to engineer a move away ahead of next summer, with several players either stuck on the bench or out of contract next year. […] read more
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