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Making 'Regulatory Coherence' Coherent

Law360 (April 25, 2011, 2:36 PM EDT) -- To many supporters of a robust U.S. international trade policy agenda, the current landscape looks bleak. The list of things that have not happened seems to grow longer by the month. The three free trade agreements concluded by the last administration (with Colombia, Korea and Panama) have yet to be approved by Congress (though prospects seem to have grown somewhat brighter in recent weeks).

Progress in the “Doha Round” of World Trade Organization negotiations that were launched in 2001 continues to disappoint. The only other major...
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