However, New Zealand's foreign ministry said it makes it "clear with all diplomatic missions in New Zealand that it expects foreign diplomats to abide by New Zealand law, and to waive immunity... if there are allegations of serious crimes".
It should be this way for all diplomats, no matter what country they are from, or where they are stationed.
I just went to the supermarket and avoided the marks involved in the scandal completely. Tey are not few:
Santa Ana Comercio De Alimentos LTDA
Dalchem Gestão Empresarial LTDA
Fênix Fertilizantes LTDA,
Multicarnes Representacoes Comerciais Ltda
Unifrango Agroindustrial S/A, Mc Artacho Cia Ltda
Frigomax - Frigorifico E Comercio De Carnes Ltda
Smartmeal Comercio de Alimentos LTDA
Sub Royal Comercio De Alimentos
Unidos Comércio De Alimentos Ltda
Bio-Tee Sul Am. Ind. De Prod. Quím. E Op. Ltda, Primor Beef
Jjz Alimentos S.A
Peccin Agro Industrial Ltda
Uru Pfp-produtos Frigorificados Peccin Ltda
Frigorífico Souza Ramos LTDA
Big Frango Indústria E Com. De Alimentos Ltda
Principio-Alimentos Ltda Me
Frigorífico Rainha da Paz
Frango a Gosto
Jaguafrangos Industria E Com. De Alimentos Ltda
Pavin Fertil Industria E Transporte Ltda
Primocal ind. E com. De fertilizantes ltda
Fortesolo Servicos Integrados Ltda
Fratelli E.H. Constantino
Sidnei Donizeti Bottazzari ME
Medeiros, Emerick & Advogados Associados
Seara Alimentos LTDA
Dagranja Agroindustrial LTDA
Frigorífico Argus LTDA
BRF - BRASIL FOODS
Doggato Clínica Veterinária LTDA ME
Most of these are just producers, not really trade marks. These companies already lost R$6 billion, or arround USD$2 billion in one single day after the operation.
The good thing is that the internet is now full of about rotten meat and cardboard being food.
EDIT: Highlighted the 2 companies which the article is refering.
Subway are really making a bad name for themselves at the minute. In the UK they are offering an apprenticeship as a Sandwich Artist to avoid paying the minimum wage. They can now employ people and pay them just £3.50 an hour for a full time job.
Edit: Link to the scheme
'Trump was also asked point-blank by one reporter why he keeps making statements he knows are not true. It was a question that DW's Brent Goff said "shocked" US reporters.' Why, that certainly boosts our confidence in US journalism.
Man, the ocean around North Korea is going to get so pissed when it gets hit by that nuke.
Making Germany pay reparations could never backfire!
St. Patrick was a victim of kidnapping and slavery.
We dropped Russia from G8 because they invaded Ukraine. Maybe we should drop the US and Saudi Arabia from G20 because they force other countries to ignore one of the largest problems all of humanity faces?
It's becoming increasingly clear to me that China will happily play the role of world leader that Captain Cheeto and his minions have chosen for the U.S. to abandon.
When we had Dubya in office, his slip-ups just made us chuckle and were a little embarrassing, like when he had the shoe thrown at him or when he tried to open those locked doors. But I'd take that presidential image over this one any day.
*edit: My top comment? Thanks. I do appreciate the experience in a politics type subreddit, everyone, really. Without these diverse replies, insults, and slippery slopes I wouldn't have had the chance to see what people go through when they drop a seemingly plain, personal opinion into a chaotic and frequently vitriolic discussion.