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Trade Issues Spark Concern

Posted May 14, 2007 9:03 AM

The trade promotion authority (TPA), due to expire on June 30, 2007, has prompted debate between political parties in Washington. The authority enables the President to negotiate international trade agreements and provides 'fast tracking' U.S. exports. In 2005 alone the chemicals industry exported more than $119.5 billion worth of products. Without this legislation in place, notes the American Chemistry Council, trade negotiations could stall and have a detrimental impact on the chemicals industry. Although support for extending the legislation is gaining momentum, there is concern that a Democratic-controlled Congress will allow the legislation to expire. Where does your company stand on trade?

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06/21/2007 2:21 PM

At that level the tit for tat exchange is amazing. It looks like a license to steal while everyone is watching. Going to be more of those Dubai guys running Ports and next Ariports, probably include train stations and buss stations. You know what happens when those guys control your life???

All he will do at that level for us is to sell us out some more.

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