11:32 am October 13, 2011, by Kyle Wingfield
Congress on Wednesday approved three long-stalled free-trade deals with Colombia, Panama and South Korea.
Both the Senate and House sent the free-trade agreements to the White House with large bipartisan majorities…. Advocates say the deals will result in the export of billions of dollars of U.S. goods and boost hundreds of thousands of American jobs.
And the House doubled the pleasure by shooting down the China currency bill that doesn’t address our real trade problems with Beijing and might instead spark a harmful trade war.
Good news, and good news. Let’s just leave it at that for once.
– By Kyle Wingfield
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