KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 (Reuters) - Malaysia will not be rushed into a free-trade deal by the United States and will refuse to sign an agreement that sacrifices its interests, the trade minister was quoted as saying on Thursday. Malaysia and the United States, its biggest export market and foreign investor, are negotiating a free-trade agreement. Both sides have said they hope to reach a deal by year-end. "The government is aware that it should not make sacrifices just to get the FTA," ...
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