In Any Language, They're Learning To Say `Clinton'Amy Borrus
Many foreign politicians and executives, have been counting on another term of Republican rule. They are comfortable with George Bush and prefer his diplomatic prowess and free-trade values to a relatively unknown Bill Clinton. But in recent weeks, the realization that Bush is in deep trouble has begun to sink in. European and Asian leaders now are casting a cooler eye on Bush and taking a closer look at Clinton.
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