White House Applauds End to Beer Dispute With Canada
MIAMI (AP) _ The White House on Monday applauded an agreement in principle to settle a trade dispute with Canada on imports of American beer.
U.S. and Canadian trade officials reached an agreement in principle Saturday that is expected to widen U.S. access to the Canadian market.
White House Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater said, ″The agreement is an indication of the importance of our bilateral trading relationship and the willingness of the U.S. and Canada to work cooperatively to resolve trade differences.″
He issued the statement while Bush was here to speak at Florida International University’s commencement.