LITTLE U.S. BENEFIT SEEN IN NAFTA

Congressional Budget Office predicts the North American Free Trade Agreement will have little short term energy trade benefit for the U.S. But that could improve in time. CBO said the agreement is an improvement over the status quo. And almost as important as net trade gains is the likelihood that Nafta would not hurt any major U.S. energy industries or groups of energy consumers.

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