WASHINGTON — U.S. trade negotiators were expected to complete talks on some outstanding textile and apparel issues Wednesday, as the 12th round of U.S.-Chile free-trade negotiations came to a close in Atlanta.

"I’m anticipating in this round of talks that Chile will narrow its export priority items [those apparel and textile products it would like the U.S. to reduce tariffs on quickly] and ask the U.S. to provide further consideration," Regina Vargo, assistant U.S. Trade Representative for the Americas, said in a conference call with reporters.

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