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| 8/12/2010 12:00:00 AM

Free trade, now

The U.S. must act quickly on a Colombia trade agreement.

Even in the gloom of an international economic crisis, there is a bright spot of hope: free trade. Successful trade pacts with Panama and Colombia and a pending agreement with South Korea will serve to accelerate investment opportunities across a broad spectrum of business and industry, including agriculture, communications technology and natural resources — for Canada, that is. As for the United States, the best that can be said is that farmers, producers and exporters here have front-row seats as they watch three-quarters of a billion dollars in potential trade flow northward. In recent weeks, however, President Obama has indicated that he intends to finalize a long-overdue free trade agreement with Colombia. We hope he means it.
 
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