Key U.S. lawmakers agree to trade authority deal -aides

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By Mark Felsenthal WASHINGTON, Dec 14 (Reuters) - Three top U.S. lawmakers on key congressional committees have reached a bipartisan deal on legislation the White House needs to advance international trade agreements and will introduce the measure early next month, congressional aides said on Saturday. The Trade Promotion Authority legislation, which would let the White House put trade agreements before Congress for an up or down vote without amendments, is ...

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