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Marshall shares insights on NAFTA negotiations

Dairy, auto industries remain sticking points

Congressman Roger Marshall was invited to join the Congressional Ways and Means committee in Mexico City over the weekend for the 7th round of NAFTA negotiations. Here, he is joined by U.S Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson.

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 WASHINGTON D.C. — Congressman Roger Marshall left Friday for a 48-hour turnaround visit to Mexico City where the seventh round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations were taking place. He returned to Washington, D.C., early Monday morning.
“U.S. negotiators have made an incredible amount of progress in recent weeks,” Marshall said. “They say it’s always darkest before the dawn, and I have to say I saw the sun come out this weekend while I was there. Almost all of the easy issues have been resolved.”
Going forward, the more contentious issues will be tackled ...


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