WASHINGTON — Kicking into full swing on the trade front, the U.S. is slated to launch bilateral free-trade negotiations with Morocco next week.

It will be the second free-trade pact this month initiated by the Bush administration following the start of talks with five Central American nations. The U.S. hopes to complete an agreement with the moderate Arab nation by the end of the year.

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