Central American Free Trade Agreement sparks political debate

04/7/2004 | NYTimes.com

Debates abound over the Central American Free Trade Agreement, which the Bush administration is asking Congress to approve late this spring. Republicans say the agreement, which covers five countries, will help enforce national labor laws, while Democrats argue CAFTA needs to include explicit guarantees of the internationally recognized labor rights to organize unions and to prohibit child labor.

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