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October 20, 2011: Congress Passes Free Trade Agreements

CEI Adjunct Fellow Fran Smith, coauthor of the new CEI study “Free Trade without Apology,” talks about the recently passed free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea. The agreements will lower tariffs and other trade barriers between the U.S. and the other countries, and are expected to reap billions of dollars of economic benefits. The agreements also contain a number of trade-unrelated provisions, such as labor and environmental standards. These erode our trading partners’ sovereign lawmaking power, and are best avoided in future agreements.

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  1. [...] Ryan Young on October 20, 2011 · 0 commentsin International, Podcast, Trade Tweet Have a listen here.CEI Adjunct Fellow Fran Smith, coauthor of the new CEI study “Free Trade without [...]


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