WASHINGTON — Mexico and the United States finalized a new suspension agreement for Mexican fresh tomatoes imported into the U.S., the International Trade Administration announced on Monday.  The agreement continues to suspend an antidumping duty investigation of Mexican growers, which has been suspended since 1996. “This agreement meets the requirements of U.S. antidumping law and provides an effective remedy for the U.S. domestic industry that protects American ...

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