U.S. TRADE TRIPS HINT AT NEEDED CHANGE

For all their clumsiness, recent Bush administration forays overseas on behalf of U.S. industries-including petroleum-were not all bad. They were, after all, forays into the world on behalf of U.S. business. Invoking jobs and trade imbalances, President Bush pushed free trade in Asia and sales of U.S. autos in Japan. He won a few concessions from his indulgent hosts in Tokyo and polite doubts from auto executives in his entourage. The executives' problem, after all, isn't low sales

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