The Mennonites helped turn Paraguay into a mega beef producer – indigenous people may pay the price

The “new Panama Canal” – that’s how some are hailing a highway now under construction in South America that spans the continent, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The Bi-Oceanic Corridor cuts through the Paraguayan Chaco, Latin America’s second-largest forest after the Amazon – and, these days, a hub of cattle ranching and soybean farming. The Chaco – once a flat, scrubby and supposedly inhospitable forest – was transformed into a fertile agricultural…
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