WASHINGTON — The Bush Administration said it plans to negotiate a separate free-trade agreement with the Dominican Republic and eventually integrate the country into the current trade pact being negotiated with five Central American countries.

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick notified Congress Tuesday of the administration’s intent to negotiate a bilateral deal and include the Caribbean’s largest economy into the Central American Free Trade Agreement.

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