'Fast-track' trade authority faces hurdles in House after Senate passage

'Fast-track' trade authority faces hurdles in House after Senate passage

A long-awaited Pacific trade deal between the U.S. and other Pacific Ring nations cleared another hurdle Friday evening. In a 61-38 vote, the U.S. Senate passed legislation to renew trade promotion authority for the country’s president.

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