Brazil's Rousseff hopes for end to Russia pork row
MOSCOW Dec 14 (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said after talks with President Vladimir Putin on Friday that she hopes for a successful resolution of a dispute over exports of pork to Russia.
"We hope for the successful resolution of the problems that emerged (over) Brazilian pork exports," Rouseff said, adding that she hoped solving the problem would bolster ties between the two emerging market nations.
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