U.S. Senate passes North American trade deal
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U.S. Senate passes North American trade deal

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) now heads to President Trump’s desk.

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The Senate passed a new North American trade deal Thursday, sending one of President Donald Trump’s top priorities to his desk for ratification.

The GOP-held chamber approved the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement in a bipartisan vote. After Trump signs the three-nation pact, it only needs Canada’s approval to take effect.