Given APEC's lack of negotiating power, its annual summit is not known for major policy breakthroughs, though its activities affect trade and business accounting for about half of world economic activity. But leaders were expected to end their meetings Sunday by endorsing a plan to cut tariffs on environmental-related goods — such as waste-water treatment technologies — to 5 percent by 2015.
Associated Press writer Lynn Berry contributed to this report.
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