Oct. 12 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Senate cleared a free-trade agreement with Colombia signed more than four years ago, after the House of Representatives passed the measure earlier today.
The Senate voted 66-33 today in Washington.
The Senate also passed legislation for South Korea and Panama free-trade agreements, and will send the measures to President Barack Obama for his signature.
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