President Obama to Sign Korea, Panama, Colombia Free Trade Agreements This Week
Tue, 18 Oct 2011 11:49:36 CDT
On Friday, October 21st, President Obama will sign the Korea, Panama and Colombia Free Trade Agreements and the renewal of Trade Adjustment Assistance for workers in the Oval Office before making remarks in the Rose Garden. In his remarks, President Obama will underscore that these trade agreements will significantly boost American exports, support tens of thousands of American jobs and protect labor rights, the environment and intellectual property.
President Obama will be joined in the Rose Garden by business and labor leaders as well as workers who will benefit from these bills.
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