Obama's Position On Free Trade Marks Subtle Evolution

By Scott Horsley

December 27, 2013

Two decades after NAFTA created a giant North American free trade zone, the U.S. is negotiating more big trade deals that would span the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. President Obama has embraced the potential agreements as a way to improve the U.S. economy.

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