WATCHING WASHINGTON SPEEDING A TREATY

With Patrick Crow If negotiators working on the broad U.S.-Mexico trade agreement can't reach agreement in a few weeks, they may get an additional 12 months they don't want. The U.S., Mexico, and Canada are pushing to reach a North American Free Trade Agreement (FTA) before spring to keep it from getting ensnared in American election year politics. That concern was behind President Bush's recent meeting at Camp David with Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari.

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