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January 24, 2007 

House Ways and Means Committee to Hold Hearing on Trade and Globalization

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles B. Rangel (D-NY) has announced that the Committee will hold a hearing on trade and globalization on January 30 in in the Longworth House Office Building.

The hearing will "explore the integration of markets brought about by globalization and examine how U.S. trade policy can be used as a tool to shape globalization to maximize its benefits, ensure that they flow evenly throughout society, including to working people, and to ensure that the forces of the global economy are harnessed most effectively and efficiently to generate the maximum amount of broadly based economic growth."

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