Unformatted text preview: ago China replaced them • In the Doha Rounds Brazil’s demands for trade agreement include getting significant protection for their infant industries, significant reductions in tariffs and liberalized trade especially with the United States. Also want antidumping measures and countervailing measures be put in place as well as a greater control of imports in order to avoid illegal smuggling of products • The US really wants to strike a deal with Brazil. They want free trade or a very close to zero tariff agreement. Brazil doesn’t think that this scenario will benefit them as much as it will the US so they are refusing to budge at the moment unless the countries can each go halfway and come to a compromise to get the best possible outcome for both nations...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course FBE 462 at USC.