USDA Role in Enforcing New U.S.-Mexico Sugar Deal

Dan Exports/Imports, Sugar

sugar mexicoLast week, it was announced that a new agreement between the United States and Mexico regarding the importation of Mexican sugar had been reached. The U.S. Department of Commerce had been reviewing the 2014 agreement with the government of Mexico and the Mexican sugar refiners that suspended anti-dumping and countervailing duties on the import of Mexican sugar into the U.S. In a story from Rod Bain, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue explained this week how USDA plays a role in assuring the U.S. sugar industry is protected in this new deal.

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