WASHINGTON — The U.S. and Brazil aren’t giving up on negotiations toward a Western Hemispheric trade zone encompassing 34 countries, despite some enormous obstacles.

There’s been a lot of saber rattling from those two nations, which are presiding over the talks toward a Free Trade Area of the Americas that would create a trade partnership stretching from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego by 2005.

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