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Georgia, March 2011

On Friday, March 25, United States Trade Representative Ron Kirk traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to discuss how the U.S.-Korea trade agreement, and agreements with Panama and Colombia, will help U.S. businesses and workers win the future. During his trip, Ambassador Kirk hosted a meeting with Mayor Kasim Reed to answer questions from local small business leaders. In Georgia, 190,000 jobs are presently supported by goods exported to customers around the world.

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