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Labor Reports

In accordance with the Bipartisan Trade Promotion Authority Act of 2002 (PL 107-210), the President is required to submit several reports to Congress related to any free trade agreements entered into under the act. Among these are reports on Labor Rights, Laws Governing Exploitative Child Labor, and United States Employment Impact.

Labor Reports on Free Trade Agreements
Australia FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Bahrain FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
CAFTA-DRLabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Chile FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Colombia TPALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Korea FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Morocco FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Oman FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Panama TPALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Peru TPALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review
Singapore FTALabor Rights ReportChild Labor ReportEmployment Impact Review