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DMA calls for Bush trade promo

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New York--The Direct Marketing Association said it supports measures in Congress to approve President Trade Promotion Authority, which would give the Bush administration greater negotiating powers in international trade. H. Robert Wientzen, DMA president-CEO, said such authority would help the U.S. economy to be more competitive. The move comes on the heels of a Nov. 28 speech by President Bush at a Farmers Journal Corp. conference, in which he said he'd sign the measure into law.
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