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No More Rotten Tomatoes: Mexico, Commerce Department Reach New Tomato Deal

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No More Rotten Tomatoes: Mexico, Commerce Department Reach New Tomato Deal

2019-08-22 02:14:421 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

Mexican tomato producers struck a last-minute agreement with the Trump administration. They've averted an anti-dumping investigation and ended a tariff dispute that has rumbled on for months. Reuters reports the majority of Mexican tomato exports will now be subject to U.S. border inspections. Specialty tomatoes will face higher reference prices in the American marketplace. Mexico had previously rejected as “totally unacceptable” a proposal to subject all tomato exports from Mexico to border inspections. The Commerce Department said the deal closed “loopholes” from past suspension accords that enabled sales below reference prices.

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