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Pelosi said USMCA deal ‘imminent’

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Photo (L to R): Ing. Rodolfo Huipe, Asociación Mexicana de Secretarios de Desarrollo Agropecuario (AMSDA; Mexican equivalent to NASDA), Manitoba Minister of Agriculture and Resource Development Blaine Pedersen, Mexican Undersecretary of Agriculture Miguel Garcia Widner, and NASDA President and North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring sign the Communique for the 28th annual Tri-National Agricultural Accord.
House Speaker said her goal is to get USMCA passed in Congress yet this year.

A deal between House lawmakers and the administration on the U.S. Mexico-Canada (USMCA) could be announced shortly, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) stated on Thursday.

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