WASHINGTON (FNS) -- President Clinton last week vowed to again seek fast-track authority to negotiate new international trade pacts -- including one that could bring in more produce from Chile -- asserting these are vital to assure the United States' continued economic growth. "Today, record higher exports account for fully one-third of our economic growth [and] I want to keep them going, because that's the way to keep America growing," Clinton said during last week's State of the Union ...

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