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Pork, Cheeses, Fruits To Face New Tariffs Due To Mexico Trucks Dispute

August 17, 2010 at 5:00 AM
The Mexican government will publish within days a new list of retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports that will impose duties on 26 new products, including agricultural products like pork, cheeses, pistachios, oranges and grapefruits and non-agricultural products such as gloves and heavy machinery, an informed source said. Mexico is imposing these retaliatory duties in a bilateral dispute with the U.S. over market access for Mexican trucking services. The new list is tentatively scheduled to be published on Aug. 19, and...


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