By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress could move quickly to approve a free trade agreement with Peru after lawmakers return next week from a break, Democratic aides said on Thursday, raising Bush administration hopes for more controversial pacts with Colombia and South Korea. "I have every hope and expectation" the House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee will approve the agreement before the end of September, a House Democratic aide said, speaking on ...
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