By  on December 5, 2007

WASHINGTON — The Senate overwhelmingly passed a free trade agreement with Peru Tuesday and sent the first trade agreement of the year to President Bush's desk for his signature.

The trade accord with Peru, which the Senate passed on a vote of 77-18, would make duty free benefits permanent and provide certainty to companies manufacturing apparel in Peru.

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