WASHINGTON — In a sign the 14-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement will remain in the spotlight in the presidential election, top policy advisers for the three leading presidential candidates defended their trade policies Thursday.
Senior advisers for Sens. Barack Obama (D., Ill.) and Hillary Rodham Clinton (D., N.Y.), who are locked in a tight race for the Democratic nomination, and Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee, convened in one room in the nation’s capital to lay out the candidates’ positions on NAFTA, labor and environmental standards and aid for American workers who lose their jobs because of international trade. The event was sponsored by the Institute for Policy Innovation, a think tank based in Lewisville, Tex.
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