By  on December 4, 2007

WASHINGTON — Congress is expected to consider a full slate of trade measures next year amid the heat of a presidential campaign.

Key legislation on the table includes: A bill that would pressure China to raise the value of its currency or face punitive tariffs, an overhaul of the Consumer Product Safety Commission to tighten lead standards and stiffen penalties for contaminated imported products, pending trade deals with Colombia, South Korea and Panama, and action on the Doha round of global trade talks if a deal is first struck between World Trade Organization members.

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