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NAFTA teeters as talks fail to ease tensions
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Trade ministers from the United States, Canada and Mexico on Oct. 17 wrap up a round of NAFTA negotiations dominated by U.S. demands including a sunset clause that Canadian and Mexican officials say will be rejected.
Trade ministers from the United States, Canada and Mexico on Oct. 17 wrap up a round of NAFTA negotiations dominated by U.S. demands including a sunset clause that Canadian and Mexican officials say will be rejected.
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