Congress Should O.K. The Free Trade Pact
The U.S., Canada, and Mexico have hammered out a historic North American Free Trade Agreement that would produce a $6 trillion market, if approved by the legislatures of the three nations. For the U.S., the agreement would gradually eliminate trade barriers with our third-largest and fastest-growing trading partner, increasing trade and creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs in the export sector. And those new jobs are the reason why the U.S. Congress should approve the pact.
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