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Congress moves forward on free trade deals

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WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- The Senate will officially take up three trade deals and a scaled-back version of a jobs retraining program for laid-off workers on Thursday.
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Senate negotiators will have to start pounding out the details of the trade deals with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, as well as funding for the jobs retraining program -- whose funding ran dry in February.

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