WASHINGTON — The Bush administration has stepped up its pursuit of trade agreements following last month’s congressional approval of Trade Promotion Authority.

Industry executives are closely watching the negotiations, including several in the Western Hemisphere, as the commercial alliances the U.S. is forming are expected to play a key role role in managing global trade after the 2005 phaseout of quotas.

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