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Published: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 02:56:52 -0800

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Andes: Prospects Bright For New Andean Trade Deal With U.S.

Thu, 27 Sep 2001 07:00:00 GMT

Wall Street Journal, 27 Sep 2001 - NEW YORK -- Prospects for renewal of a preferential trade pact allowing goods from several Andean nations better access to the U.S. are rapidly improving. Although the administration of George W. Bush has consistently made clear that it wants renewal of the Andean Trade Preferences Act, which expires Dec. 4, and key legislators from the both sides of the aisle had expressed their support for it, doubts about its future were numerous until Sept. 11.

Andes: Ailing Andean Region Poses Challenge To US

Sun, 09 Sep 2001 07:00:00 GMT

The Register-Guard, 09 Sep 2001 - BOGOTA, Colombia - Communist insurgents fuse with the drug trade in Colombia, threatening South America's longest-running democracy. Peru's president flees to Japan after a decade of strong-arm rule. In oil-rich Venezuela, a former coup plotter turned president rails against free trade and U.S. "imperialism" while befriending Fidel Castro.

Peru: Drug War Sending Coca-Leaf Prices Upward In The Andes

Thu, 05 Oct 2000 07:00:00 GMT

The Herald, 05 Oct 2000 - Lure Of Money Might Attract More Growers LIMA, Peru -- The good news on the Andean coca-war front: The price of coca leaf, the raw material used to make cocaine, is soaring, as buyers fear that a coming crackdown in neighboring Colombia will cause shortages.