The United States Senate passed the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement today by a vote of 89-10. The free trade agreement now goes to President Trump to sign. It was a major priority from his presidential campaign and administration.
The investigation will now shift to the International Trade Commission, which will evaluate the extent to which dumped tomatoes injured U.S. growers. The ITC will hold a hearing October 24 to hear testimony from both the U.S. and Mexican industries.