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Free trade with Colombia is high on Bush's agenda

Reporting from Bogota, Colombia — That President Bush and President-elect Barack Obama discussed a Colombian free-trade agreement in their first postelection meeting indicates its importance to Bush’s legacy and his concern for a nation that believes it gets little respect for its role as a key U.S. ally. Representatives for Bush and Obama acknowledged that the two men discussed the proposed free-trade deal during their two-hour White House transition session Monday and whether the pact should come up for a vote during the lame-duck congressional session opening early next week.Full_Story

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