WASHINGTON — President Bush and Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong signed a bilateral free-trade agreement Tuesday, bringing to a close more than two years of negotiations that began in the Clinton administration, and setting the stage for a vote on Capitol Hill.

It is the first trade agreement signed by the Bush administration. Singapore now joins Canada, Mexico, Israel and Jordan as U.S. free-trade partners.

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