By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, May 18 (Reuters) - Congress most likely will approve a new trade pact with Australia this year, but the outlook for a separate agreement with five Central American countries is "more problematic," the House of Representative's top Republican said on Tuesday. House Speaker Dennis Hastert, an Illinois Republican, spoke to a group of auto import dealers just a few hours before U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick and Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile were ...
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