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Lighthizer: ‘Historic’ NAFTA 2.0 could win labor and business support, lead to ‘paradigm change’ in Congress

October 18, 2017 at 2:45 PM
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Tuesday said he was seeking to shake up the congressional voting landscape for free trade deals, suggesting a retooled NAFTA could be a “historic agreement” backed by both the business community and labor unions -- as well as their champions on Capitol Hill. “I think in the final analysis business is going to support it, if we do it well. In the final analysis we can get labor to support it; if we do...

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