Publication Date: April 2008
Publisher: Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): James M. Roberts
Research Area: Trade
Keywords: Trade and foreign aid; free trade; free trade agreement; Hugo Chavez
On April 10, the congressional leadership forced a vote that has indefinitely delayed consideration of the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement. Defeat of this agreement would be a major psychological victory for forces that the U.S. has battled for decades. Congress should promptly approve the U.S.-Colombia FTA, which would increase economic prosperity in both the U.S. and Colombia.
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