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July 1, 1999 | CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Europe-Latin America summit that ended here Tuesday provided a good forum for bashing an uninvited guest--the United States--for what some countries say is its tendency to talk the free-trade talk but walk a more protectionist line. Brazil and other Latin countries complain about U.S. restrictions on products ranging from sugar, tomatoes and orange juice to steel, textiles and shoes, often in the form of anti-dumping penalties. Difficulties getting into the lucrative U.S.
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July 1, 1999 | CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Europe-Latin America summit that ended here Tuesday provided a good forum for bashing an uninvited guest--the United States--for what some countries say is its tendency to talk the free-trade talk but walk a more protectionist line. Brazil and other Latin countries complain about U.S. restrictions on products ranging from sugar, tomatoes and orange juice to steel, textiles and shoes, often in the form of anti-dumping penalties. Difficulties getting into the lucrative U.S.
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