Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Hispanics for CAFTA

From the Houston Chronicle:

WASHINGTON - Leaders from the Hispanic-American business community, Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierriez and House Republicans stood side by side Tuesday to urge passage of the Central American Free Trade Agreement, which they said would benefit Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States by lifting barriers to their exports to Central America.

"Any way you slice it, CAFTA is a no-brainer," said Michael Barrera, president and CEO of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. "It's good for the expanding Hispanic business community in the U.S."


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