NAFTA FINAL APPROVAL ASSURED IN WAKE OF HOUSE VOTE

The U.S. House of Representatives last week approved the North American Free Trade Agreement 234-200, assuring final approval of the treaty. President Clinton had to make many concessions to individual congressmen to snatch a come-from-behind victory on Nafta, which will create the world's largest free trade zone when it takes effect Jan. 1. Only a week or so before the Nov. 17 vote, the administration was 30 votes shy of passage in the House. The final tally had 132 Republicans and 102

Nov 22nd, 1993
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