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Wednesday, December 17, 2003

Posted by Jake
U.S. Reaches Central America Trade Deal

Overcoming a last-minute snag on textiles, the United States reached a free trade agreement on Wednesday with four Central American countries.

Negotiators reached agreement in all areas, including textiles and agriculture, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick announced at a news conference with the trade ministers of Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras.

Finally the Bush administration comes through on some sort of free trade deal. Win one for American consumers. Maybe now we can lean on Brazil to get the Free Trade of the Americas through.


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