WASHINGTON — Regional and bilateral trade agreements are proliferating worldwide without American involvement, raising industry concerns the U.S. could fall behind in the race for global trade benefits.
U.S. sentiment toward trade agreements has soured in many parts of the country, making it politically challenging to move forward with new pacts.
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