In Iowa, Pence ‘turns up heat’ on House to pass USMCA
BPC Staff Oct 10, 2019 | 3:57 pm
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Sioux City Journal: Vice President Mike Pence, in Waukee on Wednesday, pressed U.S. House Democrats to ratify a trade deal with Mexico and Canada that backers said — coupled with an agreement with Japan — would aid Iowa farmers and build pressure on China to end a tariff war dragging on the farm economy. Pence said the USMCA would boost the U.S. economy by $68 billion, create at least 175,000 jobs, drive demand and boost farm exports by more than $2 billion if ratified by Congress.
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