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October 13, 2011

Romney trade team looks like Bush's

Mitt Romney will get the same kind of advice on trade policy as President George W. Bush got--because Romney's top advisers are Bush administration veterans.

Romney, the former Massachusetts governor seeking the Republican presidential nomination, Thursday announced an advisory team that features Carlos Gutierrez, secretary of commerce in the second Bush administration. Gutierrez will chair Romney's Trade Policy Advisory Group.

Also advising Romney are Rod Hunter, former National Security Council senior director of international trade, energy and environment, and John Herrmann, NSC director for international trade and investment.



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