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Mexico and U.S. try new trade fix to win over Democrats: official

Reuters Friday, 5 July 2019
Mexico is working closely with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to close a loophole in the new North American trade deal, aimed at satisfying demands of U.S. Democratic lawmakers for tougher labor and environmental provisions, a senior Mexican official said.
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