Deal drawback. (Tradetalk).
"We have a mutual interest in keeping trade as a centerpiece of U.S.-Brazilian relations."
--White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer (AP)
"The question to watch here is how ambitious will Brazil be."
--U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick (Reuters)
"Brazil is not going to throw itself into the arms of the FTAA to the detriment of the European Union or the World Trade Organization."
--Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim (Gazeta Mercantil)
"[The FTAA] is likely to be in a permanent vegetative state."
--Brink Lindsey, trade policy studies director at the Cato Institute (The Economist)
"We will be very tough, as tough as the Americans are in the negotiations, but when we come to an agreement, we will be loyal in our commitment."
--Brazilian President Luiz Inocia Lula do Silva (The Washington Times)
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|Date:||Mar 1, 2003|
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