WASHINGTON, March 30 (Reuters) - The Bush administration is nearing a decision on whether to yank trade benefits that allow Brazil to export billions of dollars worth of auto parts and other goods to the United States without paying duties, U.S. trade officials said on Wednesday. U.S. music, movie and software companies have been pressing for that action for more than three years in retaliation for widespread piracy of their products in the Latin American country. The International ...
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