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Mexico ends anti-dumping tariffs for U.S. beef
Mexico, the largest buyer of U.S. beef, has lifted the anti-dumping tariffs imposed on beef shipments sent to buyers south of the border. In a move announced last week, Mexico’s Ministry of the Economy lifted the tariffs for beef beginning Aug. 11, 2010. Any beef arriving at the border after that
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