Obama: Trade deal "levels the playing field"
Obama pledged in his statement that Congress as well as the American people "will certainly have months to check out every word" before he authorizes the offer. Congress has passed regulations called Trade Promo Authority that will certainly enable them to provide a thumbs up or thumbs down ballot on the bargain, but not amend it in any method.
"More profession indicates even more works, better pay, as well as a lot more opportunities for our employees, farmers, as well as local business. That's just what the agreement reached today in Atlanta will do," the head of state claimed in a declaration.