By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - The current political climate makes it difficult to win congressional approval of free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea and Panama, but there is still a chance the deals will pass, President George W. Bush said on Friday. "I haven't given up hope that the Colombia free trade agreement is going to make it to the floor of the Congress," Bush said in a speech on the White House lawn to a group of business people, manufacturers, ...
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