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U.S.-Colombia FTA News

(Daily News)
November 10, 2011

Reps. David Dreier (R-CA) and Sam Farr (D-CA) this week led a bipartisan delegation of House members on a trip to several Latin American countries, including Colombia and Panama, where they urged swift implementation of U.S. bilateral free trade agreements with those countries, according to a Dreier aide.


(Daily News)
November 07, 2011

The U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement will likely not enter into force until the latter half of 2012 due to the many legislative and regulatory steps that Colombia must take in order to implement the trade deal, according to the executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Colombia.


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October 21, 2011

(Daily News)
October 14, 2011

Seventy-eight out of 85 House Republican freshmen voted this week to approve free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, revealing broader support for these trade deals among first-term members than indicated in a March 1 letter signed by 65 of them.


(Daily News)
October 13, 2011

The U.S. Congress on Oct. 12 approved free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea after years of negotiations, hearings and aggressive lobbying from both opponents and supporters. Below is a timeline of the major events leading up to their passage.


(Daily News)
October 13, 2011

The Senate last night (Oct. 12) approved the three free trade agreements the United States has negotiated with Korea, Colombia and Panama in a series of votes.


(Daily News)
October 13, 2011

House Democratic support for the U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement was roughly half that for the U.S.-Korea FTA, but fairly close to what pro-FTA lobbyists had expected but approximately double of what at least one FTA opponent had predicted.


(Daily News)
October 13, 2011

Four Senate Finance Committee Democrats, including trade subcommittee chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR), this week urged the Obama administration to submit annual reports to Congress on Colombia’s compliance with a bilateral labor action plan that aimed to increase congressional support for a bilateral free trade agreement.


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