Communication Gap Hinders CAFTA Gains

Communication Gap Hinders CAFTA Gains

When the George W. Bush administration signed the Central America Free Trade Agreement in 2004, skeptics were assured the new pact would expand trade and foreign direct investment between the U.S. and six of the least industrialized countries in the Western Hemisphere.

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