WASHINGTON — Egypt, Nigeria, India and Brazil maintain some of the highest trade barriers on apparel and textiles, which the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative underscored in its annual report on foreign trade barriers released Tuesday.

The 2003 report, mandated by Congress, lists unfair trade practices and barriers to U.S. exports of goods, services and farm products from 56 trading partners in each region of the world, and profiles policies restricting market access.

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