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Latin America / Bush's Brazil Visit / Bush vs. Chavez #854360

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 09, 2007
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The agreement between the US and Brazil on an ethanol fuel deal reported; scenes shown of President Bush on his Latin American tour.

(Sao Paulo, Brazil: Jessica Yellin) Bush and his nemesis Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez examined; scenes shown of anti-Bush protesters in Argentina; details given about how Chavez has used oil to counter the American influence in South America, the region's view that Bush's policies have deepened regional poverty and Bush's current agenda for Latin America. [In 2000, BUSH - says he is committed to looking South.] [BUSH - says our nation is generous and compassionate.] [Council on Foreign Relations Julia SWEIG†- outlines the areas Bush intends to look at seriously.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Yellin, Jessica

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