RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The ease with which Silvio de Oliveira, 48, talks about the hundreds of millions of Chinese who have prospered in recent years and the epidemic of swine fever that forced sacrificing a third of the herd in the Asian country is surprising: this is the Municipal Market of São Paulo and he is not an international relations analyst.

Oliveira owns two huge kiosks -'Boi Feliz' and 'Porco Feliz'- with over 100 employees and 30 years of experience in the sector.

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