Thursday, June 5

Miami Herald As Peru's statistics improve, its people get angrier: "Peru's best hope of creating jobs lies in new investments, and investors won't open export-oriented factories if they face an end to the current U.S. trade preferences in three years. By simply making the current trade preferences permanent through a free trade deal, Bush could help rapidly drive up employment levels." If the economy is going so strong, why is Toledo so unpopular? An attempt at an answers, at least from a distance.

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