Following the collapse of the Doha Round of world trade talks this summer, the US is pinning its hopes on new bilateral trade agreements to take up the slack. Its point person is Susan Schwab, the US trade representative, who holds the rank of ambassador. To encourage further growth in their exports, Congress needs to act to level the trade playing field for American workers, farmers and entrepreneurs in three key markets -- Colombia, Panama and South Korea, Schwab said.
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