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Extreme weather in South America prompts disruptions to dry bulk export

Rain and floods in Brazil have halted mining production, creating disruptions in dry bulk export, writes Arrow Research.

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The extreme weather currently seen in Brazil has put a stop to operations in sectors including mining in parts of the country.

Large amounts of rain have forced iron ore region Minas Gerais to halt production, which is creating disruptions in the dry bulk industry, writes Arrow Research.

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