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Reagan imposes tariffs on Brazil-U.S. exports
President Reagan has decided to impose $105 million worth of tariffs on Brazilian exports to the U.S. and place an embargo on its computer products.
The long-awaited sanctions, which are in retaliation for Brazilian restraints on U.S. computer software exports, were reported last Friday, but administration officials would not say which specific products other than computers would be targeted.
However, officials said a full list of tariff candidates would be published next week in the Federal Register.
The list is likely to include Brazil's top export items to the U.S., such as footwear, motor …