Broadcast Newsline: February 13, 2004

Gaylon Booker, NCC Consultant, explains why the CAFTA Agreement needs improvement.

The National Cotton Council has asked Congress to defer action on recently completed Central America Free Trade Agreement negotiations.

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Gaylon Booker, National Cotton Council Consultant, explains why these agreements need improvement.

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According to Booker, a positive trade agreement can benefit the U.S. cotton industry after quotas are eliminated next year.  

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A recently completed National Cotton Council study revealed the importance a positive Central America Free Trade Agreement can have on the U.S. textile industry.

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