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Last night, Congress passed the most significant expansion of trade relations in decades with  Panama ,  Colombia  and  South Korea .

Congress Passes Three Contentious Trade Deals

Last night, Congress passed the most significant expansion of trade relations in decades with Panama , Colombia and South Korea .

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