By Raymond Colitt BRASILIA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Brazil will ask the United States to cut import tariffs on ethanol during next week's visit by President George W. Bush and to help create a global market for the biofuel, a senior official said on Wednesday. Bush is expected to propose Brazilian-U.S. co-operation in the regional production and trade of ethanol as part of a new policy initiative in Latin America during his six-day visit to the region next week. "We are interested in ...
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