Issue Date: April 28, 2008
Trade Agenda Imperiled
Chemical industry leaders and other business officials are lamenting the demise of the U.S.-Colombia free-trade agreement. They say the decision by House Democrats to indefinitely delay consideration of the pact could undermine future efforts by the U.S. to open new markets for American companies that rely on exports for growth.
The setback puts in doubt the Bush Administration's ambitious trade agenda for its final months in office. That agenda includes reaching a successful conclusion to . . .
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