White House advances U.S.-Panama FTA

April 25, 2011 at 7:00 am

The White House on Monday sent a letter to the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means committee leaders that the administration is ready for the next step of the U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement.
   “Panama has now fulfilled its commitments” to the meeting the free trade agreement, said U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk in the letter.
   “I am pleased to report to you that the Office of the United States Trade Representative has completed its preparatory work on the agreement and stands ready to begin technical discussions with members of Congress on the draft implementing bill and draft statement of administrative action,” Kirk added. “We hope our discussions to review these documents can commence without delay so that we can work together to bring the benefits of this agreement home to American businesses, farmers and workers.”                Read more.

American Shipper, 4/19/2011

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