The Presidents of the U.S. and Mexico and Canada's Prime Minister met in San Antonio, Texas, to watch with satisfaction as their trade negotiators initialed the North American Free Trade Agreement. All three legislatures must still approve the agreement before it becomes law, but supporters were encouraged when Bill Clinton said he would endorse it.
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