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A bit of good news on the free(er) trade front:

Congress is set to approve new trade negotiating authority for President George W. Bush - a victory for the administration that could herald a series of crucial global and bilateral trade agreements.
Funny, but after Bush's crassly political steel-tariff decision, I seem to recall certain web pundits complaining hysterically that Bush had abandoned free trade and was destined to be a one-termer.

Perhaps not.

[Posted at 21:14 CST on 07/26/02] [Link]

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