WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The International Trade Commission has denied a request by Florida tomato growers to immediately levy punitive tariffs on Mexican tomato imports. The decision, however, does not affect the ITC's inquiry into the Florida grower's allegations that Mexican imports have been dumped on the U.S. market at below fair market value, a violation of domestic trade laws. In their petition filed last month, the Florida growers had sought immediate imposition of punitive tariffs on ...

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