President Clinton and Sen. Robert Dole (R-Kan.), soon to be Senate Majority Leader, reached an understanding today on the new global trade accord, a move which congressionalGATTbackers said paves the way for Senate passage of the pact when it comes to the floor next week. After a morning pow-wow scheduled to address Dole's concerns, the Administration agreed to set up a review panel which will evaluate World Trade Organization decisions, allowing for U.S. withdrawal from GATT if American interests are jeopardized. In a high-profile, joint White House appearance, Clinton expressed "deep thanks" to Dole, who will write letters to his Republican colleagues, asking them to vote for the trade agreement. Dole expects a big "bipartisan margin" to approve the pact.TIME White House correspondent Michael Duffyexplains that the day's events "prove how influential Bob Dole is going to be in 1995 and how beholden the White House is going to be to him."Post your opinion on theWashingtonbulletin board.