GENEVA, July 25 (Reuters) - Compromise proposals in world trade talks for lowering export barriers to manufactured goods will allow big emerging nations like Brazil or India to keep a high level of protection, a European business representative said on Friday. Measures called flexibilities, which allow developing countries to shield some products from the full impact of import tariff cuts, looked very high, said Adrian van den Hoven, the trade specialist at employers group BusinessEurope. ...
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