US unions say they'll fight US-Colombia trade deal


* Colombia too dangerous for union workers, group says * Republicans pressing for action on Colombia pact * Obama chided for vague reference to pact in speech By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - U.S. labor groups will fight any attempt by President Barack Obama to strike a deal with Republicans for approval of a free trade pact with Colombia, an AFL-CIO official said on Wednesday. "It's our position that Colombia still has quite a long way to go to really tackle questions ...

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