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Beef spared in Mexico trade dispute

Mar 20, 2009
Officials in Mexico last Wednesday released the list of more than 90 products it imports from the U.S. which will be subject to increased tariffs. Fortunately for U.S. producers, protein products will not be included. The tariff increases, which range from 10 to 45 percent, include items such as fruit juice, toilet paper and home appliances.

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