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CAFTA Vote May Hinge on Sugar Deals

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CAFTA Vote May Hinge on Sugar Deals

CAFTA Vote May Hinge on Sugar Deals

CAFTA Vote May Hinge on Sugar Deals

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Republican Senate leaders have scheduled a key vote on the proposed Central American Free Trade Agreement; the Senate Finance Committee plans to vote Wednesday. Senators from sugar-producing states could sink CAFTA unless the Bush administration can offer sugar producers a better deal.

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