The House of Representatives passed the Peru Free Trade Agreement Thursday morning. The bill passed 285-132 and now goes to the Senate, which should vote on it in the next few weeks and is expected to pass it.
"I look forward to an equally strong and bipartisan vote as soon as possible in the Senate, and additional successes on the Colombia, Panama, and Korea FTAs in the near future," says U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab.
The American Farm Bureau Federation, a longtime supporter of the bill, praised the House for passing this legislation.
"The Peru Trade Promotion Agreement will resolve current trade imbalances and break through barriers that have made it extremely difficult for
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