NAFTA replacement gets one hearing before Trump signs a deal
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President Donald Trump is set to formallysign a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement in just two weeks -- but the deal still needs to be approved by Congress before it can take effect.

A two-day hearing scheduled for Thursday and Friday by the International Trade Commission in Washington offers a roadmap to issues lawmakers will consider, including the impact of the renegotiated deal on agriculture, industry and data privacy.

Representatives from auto, agriculture, tech and...


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