Marcos Godoy of Mexico City manufactures car dash mats at a maquiladora belonging to the TECMA group in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on Dec. 27, 2013. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both want to make changes to trade agreements to bring jobs back to the United States, but experts say those changes could put additional pressure on North Carolina industries that have already suffered from recent international commerce pacts.
Marcos Godoy of Mexico City manufactures car dash mats at a maquiladora belonging to the TECMA group in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on Dec. 27, 2013. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both want to make changes to trade agreements to bring jobs back to the United States, but experts say those changes could put additional pressure on North Carolina industries that have already suffered from recent international commerce pacts. Ivan Pierre Aguirre AP
Marcos Godoy of Mexico City manufactures car dash mats at a maquiladora belonging to the TECMA group in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on Dec. 27, 2013. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both want to make changes to trade agreements to bring jobs back to the United States, but experts say those changes could put additional pressure on North Carolina industries that have already suffered from recent international commerce pacts. Ivan Pierre Aguirre AP

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Experts say changing trade pacts could hurt North Carolina

July 21, 2016 2:42 PM

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