Japan, Mexico prepare to sign Free Trade Agreement
Japan and Mexico are signing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) this week,
which will mark the first time Tokyo has made a comprehensive pact involving
agriculture products. This landmark treaty is beneficial to both sides,
giving Mexican farmers more export opportunities, and Japanese auto and
steelmakers more access to the Mexican market with a reduction in tariffs.
Over 300 agriculture products in total are covered in the agreement. Of
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