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Wyden blasts 'dithering' administration, says TPP-11 deal could lead U.S. companies to leave

November 13, 2017
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee, greeted the news of a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement this weekend with a statement blasting the Trump administration for “dithering” on trade and warning that U.S. companies could be incentivized to move production facilities to Mexico. “This Administration has spent nearly a year dithering and still lacks any serious strategy for the engagement with Asia in order to open those markets to exports of American goods and services,” Wyden said...


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