Cal Cohen

Emergency Committee for American Trade

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President of the Emergency Committee for American Trade, an organization of leading US companies with a mission to support economic growth through the expansion of international trade and investment

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Last week, House Democrats and right-wing Republicans  held up fast-track authority for free trade , delaying action on the  Trans-Pacific Trade Pact .

Does Pacific Free Trade Have a Future?

Last week, House Democrats and right-wing Republicans held up fast-track authority for free trade , delaying action on the Trans-Pacific Trade Pact .

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