KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 (Reuters) - Malaysia doesn't see any hurdles to concluding a free-trade deal with the United States, Trade Minister Rafidah Aziz said on Thursday, adding that it won't allow the United States to interfere in its government procurement decisions. Malaysia and the United States, its biggest export market and foreign investor, are negotiating a free-trade agreement, with both sides saying they hope to reach a deal by year-end. Mainly Muslim Malaysia is Washington's ...
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