New U.S. trade deals are political, economic wins
After an overlong hiatus, the passage of laws fostering commerce with Korea, Colombia and Panama is a welcome boon for free trade. While bilateral deals are only modest job-creators, they deepen economic links, enhance efficiency and build friendships. Next up? Indonesia.
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