WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law long-sought free trade agreements with South Korea, Panama and Colombia that are expected to lift exports by $13 billion a year and create American jobs.
The White House Oval Office signing ceremony of the bills, strongly opposed by many of his fellow Democrats, capped a five-year push by Republicans to get them approved.
(Reporting by Alister Bull; editing by Vicki Allen)
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