WASHINGTON — The failure of global trade talks in Cancún dealt a blow to the Bush administration’s ambitious trade agenda that could trigger a domino effect on two regional trade pacts with Latin America.

As the smoke clears in Cancún and trade ministers from around the world assess whether they can save the global trade round, U.S. trade officials are scrambling to assess the fallout and implications on other trade talks.

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