Washington (June 21, 2004) - The House passed by a wide margin this week a bill that would repeal the export tax incentive regime deemed illegal by World Trade Organization.
The bill, H.R. 4520, known as the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, passed in a 251-178 vote late last week. Differences with the Senate version of the bill, passed last month, must now be cleared before a conference version can be approved for signature by President Bush.
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