The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, signed into law by President Bush last Friday, seems to have achieved its main goal of getting the European Union to lift $4 billion worth of sanctions on U.S. goods.

The EU's trade commissioner, Pascal Lamy, announced Monday that the sanctions would be suspended - but also said that the EU would ask the World Trade Organization to examine some of the provisions of the act.

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