WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Michael Froman, White House deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs, is likely to stay in his current job rather than succeed Ron Kirk as U.S. trade representative, two sources familiar with the process told Reuters on Tuesday. Froman was considered a top candidate for the trade position, but is hesitant about leaving a portfolio that already allows him to have huge say over trade policy in addition to international finance, energy and climate change. …
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