There’s a new agreement for Mexican tomato imports, but importers are concerned about at least one provision.
PRESS RELEASE Washington, D.C., August 21, 2019 – After 23 years of suspension agreements that never …
NOGALES, AZ, August 21, 2019 – The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas BB #:144354 is …
According to news reports, there’s a new agreement for Mexican tomato imports, and it includes a piece of controversy.
U.S. Senators Martha McSally (R-AZ) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) expressed their concerns about provisions in the Department of Commerce’s latest tomato suspension agreement proposal which would be detrimental to Arizona’s economy and workforce.
This is not the glorious free market that Senator Rubio has frequently championed in the past but a power grab by a well-connected few at the expense of many.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) today released a statement in response to increasingly provocative comments from Mexican officials regarding the ongoing antidumping investigation on fresh tomatoes from Mexico.
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas says a pending new proposal gives unfair advantage to one type of U.S. seller of Mexican tomatoes over others
Associations representing nearly 100 percent of Mexican tomato growers today submitted a new proposal to the U.S. Commerce Department in the ongoing negotiation of a Tomatoes Suspension Agreement.
Mexican tomato growers and the Mexican government are trying to blackmail the U.S. government into backing down on President Trump’s commitment to strong and aggressive enforcement of U.S unfair trade law.