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Mexico’s ‘dumping’ complaint denied
A World Trade
Organization (WTO) trade dispute panel recently ruled in favor of the
U.S. in a dispute with Mexico over tariffs that had been levied against
U.S. beef since April 2000.
The WTO panel found that Mexico’s imposition of anti-dumping duties
breached international trade rules and called on Mexico to abide by them,
particularly lifting the tariff schedule on beef from U.S. beef exporters.
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