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After 3 days and 140 witnesses, public hearing on NAFTA hints at huge work ahead for U.S. negotiators

As Washington events go these days, the hearing on the North American Free Trade Agreement was a snoozer: panel after panel of speakers reading five-minute-long statements, one after another, followed by a round of questions from a team of government bureaucrats. Yet the three-day public session...
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