(In U.S. dollars) By Jonathan Spicer TORONTO, March 25 (Reuters) - U.S. presidential candidates threatening to pull the plug on NAFTA are dragging the "Great Lakes economy," including Central Canada and key U.S. swing states, into the industrial past, the main author of an policy report warned on Tuesday. John Austin, director of the report by the Washington-based Brookings Institution, said U.S. political leaders have failed to articulate what will help the Great Lakes states ...
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