Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Mexico Prevails In Tuna-Dolphin Fight, But Extent Of Victory Is Limited

In a confidential interim report circulated to the United States and Mexico earlier this month, a World Trade Organization panel found that U.S. labeling requirements that preclude many Mexican tuna exports from receiving a "dolphin safe" label in the United States violate international trade rules, according to informed sources.


You've followed a link to an article or document on World Trade Online.
There are three ways you can access this content.

Subscriber Login

If you are an World Trade Online subscriber, or you have an active trial subscription, please login here:

Take A Trial Subscription

If you haven't already had a trial subscription to World Trade Online, you can sign up for one right now. Just click on the link below to get started -- you'll get full access for one month, including access to our newsletter, Inside U.S. Trade, plus daily news updates by e-mail and much, much more.

Sign up for a trial subscription.

Buy This Article

You can also buy this and other individual World Trade Online articles by going to the World Trade Online NewsStand. Articles are $5 apiece. We'll even give you your first download free.

Here's a direct link to this article on the NewsStand.