Kantor Pays A Pretty Penny For Gatt

It has been almost one year since President Clinton's hard-won victory for NAFTA. Now, he's pulling out all the stops to win passage of the GATT world-trade pact. But he's discovering what a difference a year--and plunging political capital--can make. On Sept. 13, Trade Representative Mickey Kantor was forced to drop renewal of Presidential "fast-track" authority as the price for getting lawmakers to O.K. GATT.

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