By Bill Tarrant
September 7, 2007
SYDNEY (Reuters) – U.S.called on Friday for to allow more freedoms ahead of the and denounced ‘s ruling junta for assaulting and detaining activists.
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In a speech to business executives inon the eve of an Asia-Pacific leaders’ summit, Bush also said he was ready to show flexibility to jump-start the moribund round of world trade talks, which he called a “once-in-a-generation” opportunity.
But he said intransigence by just a handful of countries could bring negotiations to a standstill.
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