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U.S. Negotiates Trade Agreement with South Korea

"The U.S. and South Korea agreed to terms on a trade agreement that would be the largest trade agreement since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was signed in the mid 1990's. Specifics are not available as the Bush United States Trade Representative (USTR) notified Congress at midnight on March 31st that they intend to sign the agreement even though the full text of the agreement doesn't exist yet. Regardless of the question of whether or not signing a nonexistent trade deal adheres to the fast track law which governs this process; the real question is why would our government sign something before negotiations are completed?" Download entire article in PDF format.

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