U.S. Vote on the New NAFTA Could Slip to Late 2020, Says Grassley

U.S. Vote on the New NAFTA Could Slip to Late 2020, Says Grassley

Chuck Abbott

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The Sino-U.S.trade war has pushed the new NAFTA, a pact that Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. back with varying degrees of enthusiasm, into the shadows on Capitol Hill. Senate Finance Chairman Charles Grassley said on Tuesday that a vote on the free trade agreement could be delayed for a year or more by presidential politicking unless Congress starts work soon.

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