(Adds more detail on proposed actions) By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - Democrats urged President George W. Bush on Thursday to suspend trade benefits for Brazil and begin litigation and other actions against China, the European Union, Japan, South Korea, India, Pakistan, Thailand and Russia for violations of trade rules. "The United States cannot afford to continue down this path. Last year, the U.S. trade deficit rose to yet another historic high of more than $617 ...
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