The National Journal reports that "Since the mid-1980's, health groups, had loudly criticized Reagan and Bush Administration trade negotiators for their aggressive efforts to open Asian markets to American cigarette makers even as, on the home front, federal health officials were trying to reduce smoking. The Clinton Administration pledged early on to pay more attention to health issues when making tobacco trade policy than had its predecessors. The National Journal looks at Clinton's policy as South Korea requests to revise its seven-year-old agreement with the United States.
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