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August 21, 1991 | From Associated Press
Canadian, Mexican and U.S. officials wrapped up three days of talks Tuesday, dismissing charges that their proposed free-trade pact will cost jobs in the United States and worsen pollution along the Mexican border. The officials contended that the proposed North American Free Trade Agreement would bring prosperity to all three nations. But critics say it could drain jobs from the United States and Canada to Mexico, where wages are far lower.
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August 21, 1991 | From Associated Press
Canadian, Mexican and U.S. officials wrapped up three days of talks Tuesday, dismissing charges that their proposed free-trade pact will cost jobs in the United States and worsen pollution along the Mexican border. The officials contended that the proposed North American Free Trade Agreement would bring prosperity to all three nations. But critics say it could drain jobs from the United States and Canada to Mexico, where wages are far lower.
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October 14, 1994 | HELENE ELLIOTT
European clubs won't be allowed to sign locked-out NHL players and ignite a potential legal battle, said Rene Fasel, president of the International Ice Hockey Federation, on Thursday. As the lockout lengthens--69 games have been wiped out in 13 days--growing numbers of players have sought to play in Europe. Among them are Swedish-born Patrik Carnback of the Mighty Ducks, Peter Forsberg of the Quebec Nordiques and Mats Sundin of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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