The report, an examination of the follow-through of the deals made to secure NAFTA, suggests that promises on China PNTR are unlikely to be kept. Short of votes to pass the China legislation on its merits, the administration is now finding that its record of living up to trade vote promises and its lame duck status are limiting its ability to make new pork-barrel deals on China. The complete executive summary and access to full report are available via the link below.
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Title: The Clinton Record on Trade Vote Deal Making: High Infidelity
Publication date 2000-05-01
Publication Year 2000
, Patrick Woodall
Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch
North America / United States
, Asia (Eastern) / China
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