By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama's choice to be U.S. trade representative is expected to face questions at a Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday about the White House's commitment to pursuing legislation to strike new trade deals as well as his investment in an offshore tax haven. Obama tapped Mike Froman, his chief international economic affairs adviser, in May to be the next USTR, replacing Ron Kirk who left in early March after four years in the job. …
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