Clinton's Trade RouteBy
During the campaign, he pledged to be the "Domestic President," flogging George Bush for his fascination with foreign affairs. But as Bill Clinton settles back into the Oval Office after a well-scripted Asian tour, his economic policy is taking on an increasingly global cast. With growth sluggish at home and job creation lagging, Administration officials now concede that the key to the President's pledge to create millions of new, better-paying jobs depends on finding new markets overseas.
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