By Raymond Colitt and Todd Benson BRASILIA, April 29 (Reuters) - The Brazilian government has ruled out adopting trade barriers as a way to help ease the impact on the country's economy from the world economic slump, the industry and trade minister told Reuters on Wednesday. Domestic businesses worried about falling sales and rising international competition have put increasing pressure on the government in recent weeks to restrict imports. Industry output during the first three months ...
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