By  on August 5, 2008

WASHINGTON — The path of international trade, cast in a new light following the failure of the Doha Round of talks and global financial problems, will largely rely on future U.S. policies.

In that context, four former architects of U.S. trade policy, sharing nearly 20 years of negotiating experience between them and spanning three administrations, laid out to Congress their blueprints for a future agenda.

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