(recasts, adding U.S. comments) By Raymond Colitt BRASILIA, May 31 (Reuters) - Senior officials from Brazil and the United States, adversaries in trade talks, voiced optimism on Thursday that negotiations on a global trade deal were gathering momentum despite remaining divisions. Brazil's foreign minister said he was "rather confident" a accord could be reached in coming weeks and said his country was prepared to improve a tariff offer on manufactured goods. "I see the negotiators ...
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