SAO PAULO, Sept 17 (Reuters) - The Batista family, which controls JBS SA, will nominate Wesley Batista Jr. as the meatpacker's next chief executive officer...

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Batista: Batista is a Spanish or Portuguese languages surname , literally meaning "batiste". It also used as middle name.