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White House nearing deal with lawmakers to move trade pacts

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Lawmakers and the White House have reportedly reached an agreement on a deal that could bring three pending trade agreements up for consideration on Capitol Hill, according to several Senate lawmakers.
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Still, others close to the discussions urged caution on announcing a final deal. House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) is expected to release a statement on the pending deal sometime Tuesday, according to aides.

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