Questions linger about U.S. commitment to completing new NAFTA deal

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Negotiators are trying to ignore the politics and noise surrounding their attempt to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, but the big decisions will ultimately be made in the political realm. And that means what happens on the ground in the negotiating room has to be within the range of what political leaders, including President Trump and the U.S. Congress, will accept. While there was some progress in Ottawa this week, there are still questions being raised about how serious the U.S. is about getting a deal done, especially one that Canada and Mexico will view as an improvement…

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