Bush Taps a Tough Top Trade Warrior

His choice of the savvy Robert Zoellick and his decision to keep the U.S Trade Representative in the Cabinet are two good signs

President-elect George W. Bush made all the right choices on Jan. 11 when he chose Robert B. Zoellick, a brainy practitioner of big-picture foreign policy, as his top trade negotiator. His selection was a signal that trade policy will be an important priority for the incoming Administration.

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