SAO PAULO, June 29 (Reuters) - Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has hit back at rich countries who blamed Brazil for the collapse of global trade talks, saying little chance existed for success unless they offered greater access to agricultural imports. "If they don't open up agriculture, we have nothing to talk about," Lula was quoted as saying in the Valor financial newspaper on Friday. His comments were the harshest from Brazil since the collapse last week of talks in ...
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