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US farmers fear disruption to their businesses

They worry other countries will forge their own trade pacts that will give competitors an advantage

Washington

NEARLY two years ago, Brian Levin found himself in Japan, covered head-to-toe in beef and posing for a photograph with John F Kennedy's daughter.

It was all part of a plan to get his product, a high-end beef jerky, into the Japanese market. Wearing a Velcro suit that

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