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The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, January14,1992 - Page 7
Bush accuses Western Europe of protectionism

KANSAS CITY (AP) - Presi-
dent Bush accused Western Europe
yesterday of hiding behind an "iron
curtain of protectionism" and
pledged to block any new world
trade rules that are unfair to U.S.
farmers.
"We won the Cold War and we
will win the competitive wars,'"
Bush told the American Farm Bu-
reau Federation.
He spoke as talks were resuming
in Geneva among 108 nations on a
new, liberalized global trading pact.
The five-year-old negotiations have
been stalled for months over agri-

cultural subsidies.
Bush 'defended his Asia trip
against "empty-headed rhetoric"
from "prophets of doom" and
"frantic politicians."
"Some political critics say I
should not have taken this trip.
Wrong. I will continue to fight for
American jobs," Bush said. "In
these tough times, a president
should do no less."
Democratic presidential con-
tenders have criticized Bush's 12-
day Pacific Rim trip as accomplish-
ing next to nothing. Republican

challenger Pat Buchanan called the
trip "a fiasco."
Bush's approval ratings have
continued to slide. A CNN-USA
Today-Gallup poll published yes-
terday said less than half the na-
tion's voters, 49 percent, think Bush
deserves re-election, and Americans
in general are split on his handling
of the presidency - 46 percent ap-
prove and 47 percent disapprove.
The president contended his
26,000-mile Asian trip was
"important and successful" and
produced "dozens of new agree-

ments on market openings."
He told the farm group that he
wanted an end to all government
subsidies for farm exports world-

subsidies" that the 12-member Eu-
ropean Community has in place,
Bush said.
"Sooner or later, the E.C. must

'Sooner or later, the E.C. must stop hiding
behind its own iron curtain of protectionism.'
- George Bush

dency of the European Community'
Soares said he told Bush that the
agricultural policy is "very sensi-
tive within the E.C. and that the
United States should also show
some understanding for this pr~ob-
lem."
Soares added, "I think that an
agreement has to be reached."
The United States has backed; Off
its original demands that Europecut
its farm subsidies by as much as 90
percent. In recent months, it has
moved closer to a European off, of
a 30 percent cut in limited areas..

wide. He said he would leave U.S.
farm subsidies in place in the ab-
sence of a global agreement.
U.S. subsidies exist mainly to
counter the "massive farm export

stop hiding behind its own iron cur-
tain of protectionism," he declared.
Bush met with Portuguese Pres-
ident Mario Soares, whose country
now occupies the rotating presi-

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