Debate on employment aid program slows passage of U.S. trade pacts

05/31/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

Congressional disagreement over the 50-year-old Trade Adjustment Assistance Program could delay passage of U.S. trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama. Some Republicans in Congress say the program should be reduced to lessen the country's deficit. Trade pacts between South Korea and the EU and between Canada and Colombia will transpire before any U.S. deals do.

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