WASHINGTON — A trade bill with apparel-duty-dropping provisions for Andean countries, the Caribbean Basin and sub-Saharan Africa is set to be voted on by the Senate this week after narrowly passing the House early Saturday.

The controversial package, which also renews the President’s negotiating authority to more actively pursue market-opening agreements with foreign countries, is being praised by retailers and other importers.

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